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From the 2017 Q3 issue of The Connector: The 1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop was held in Denver, Colorado on 3-4 June 2017 prior to the AIAA Aviation Forum. The goals of this new workshop were threefold: to … Continue reading
From the 2017 Q3 issue of The Connector: The Human Power Team is comprised of students with a shared goal: to build a highly advanced recumbent bicycle capable of breaking the world record for the fastest human alive. We will … Continue reading
From the 2017 Q3 issue of The Connector: Pointwise is bringing its Let’s Talk Meshing series of events to South Korea in October and Germany in December. We will be showing how Pointwise makes CFD analysis more efficient and trouble-free, … Continue reading
From the 2017 Q3 issue of The Connector: Challenges in mesh generation were aptly described in the NASA CFD Vision 2030 Study. A quote from the study’s executive summary is “Mesh generation and adaptivity continue to be significant bottlenecks in … Continue reading
The 2017 3rd quarter issue of our The Connector newsletter is now available on our website at www.pointwise.com/theconnector/2017-Q3. This issue features articles on Meshing Challenges from a Commercial Software Perspective Pointwise Coming to South Korea and Germany Pointwise Aids Bid to Make World’s … Continue reading
The 2017 Q3 issue of our email newsletter, The Connector, is due to be published next week. Subscribe today for an email notification when it is ready to view.
From the 2017 Q2 issue of The Connector: A new update for Pointwise, Version 18.0 R3, has just been released, and it includes a variety of new capabilities to help you generate better meshes faster. Later during 2017, a multi-year … Continue reading