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Tag Archives: mesh quality
Monitor Mesh Quality with Persistent Cuts – New in Pointwise V18.1
When generating a complex mesh it is important to ensure that the mesh quality meets the needs of your application. Successful monitoring of mesh quality requires access to metrics at all stages of the meshing process versus confining those metrics … Continue reading
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I’m Tessa Uroić and This Is How I Mesh
I was born in Kutina, a small town in Croatia. The region, Moslavina, is well known for its vineyards and škrlet, a white grape variety. Since I was very little I have been a Formula 1 enthusiast. In fact, I … Continue reading
Posted in People & Places Tagged algorithm, automotive, CFD, Chrome, food, Latex, mesh quality, numerics, OpenFOAM, ParaView, Pointwise, structured, unstructured, vim 3 Comments
9th Annual OpenFOAM Workshop
Pointwise will be participating in the upcoming OpenFOAM workshop hosted in Zagreb, Croatia from June 23 – 26, 2014. The flexibility of OpenFOAM provided a great platform to carry out a number of simple grid studies, and I will be … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, People & Places Tagged conference, mesh quality, OpenFOAM Leave a comment
This Week in CFD
Stanford Updates SU2 The Aerospace Design Lab at Stanford University last week announced a new release of their open source CFD code, SU2. This new version, called “Eagle” or v3.0, is focused on detailed RANS validation and accuracy improvements. In … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Events, News, People & Places, Software Tagged 3D Systems, CastNet, DHCAE, FIeldView, HyperFlow2D, jobs, mesh, mesh quality, MSC, OpenFOAM, Pointwise, SU2, Symscape, visualization Leave a comment
It’s Not Always the Mesh Generator’s Fault
Not many people really enjoy meshing. It’s a means to an end. It gets in the way of getting to the answer. So it’s no surprise that when things go wrong, the mesh often gets the blame. In Pointwise’s case, … Continue reading
Posted in Applications, Software Tagged complex meshes, discrete math, mesh quality, software engineering, T-Rex 4 Comments