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Hybrid, Conformal Meshing for Wind Farm CFD Applications

Join Pointwise’s Dr. Claudio Pita for an on-demand webinar presentation of an application of mesh generation to wind farms. Based on work co-authored with Travis Carrigan titled Hybrid Meshing Strategies for Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines and Wind Farm Applications at … Continue reading

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Webinar: Mesh Strategies for the FDA Benchmark Centrifugal Blood Pump

On October 1st, join Pointwise and Applied CCM for a live webinar in which we explore the effect of meshing strategy on simulation efficiency and accuracy for an FDA benchmark case involving a centrifugal blood pump. Performance of a multiblock … Continue reading

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Webinar: High-Order Mesh Generation Using Pointwise

Here’s your opportunity to learn how to generate high-order meshes using the latest version of Pointwise. This on-demand webinar uses the Rotor 37 benchmark geometry as a test case to not only demonstrate mesh curving and degree elevation but several … Continue reading

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Meshing the Potsdam Propeller with Pointwise

In this new on-demand webinar we demonstrate how to generate a hybrid hexahedral-tetrahedral mesh for the Potsdam Propeller. You’ll see both approaches (solid meshing and fault tolerance meshing) to generating surface meshes on the geometry model, the T-Rex technique for … Continue reading

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The Influence of Meshing Strategies on Simulation Efficiency

Meshing strategies have a direct influence on the accuracy and efficiency of CFD simulations. Once a meshing decision is made, it affects not only the types, number, orientation, and placement of grid elements, but also simulation stability, convergence, and accuracy. … Continue reading

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I’m William Humber and This Is How I Mesh

I was born in New Jersey in 1984.  I did both my bachelors and masters work in Aerospace Engineering at Penn State University. While I was there I received the University Turbine Systems Research fellowship and spent my summers during … Continue reading

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I’m Andrea Alvarado and This Is How I Mesh

“I am not an engineer.” I have found that since I started working at Pointwise six years ago, I say that quite often especially after I mention that I work for Pointwise which develops preprocessing software used for computational fluid … Continue reading

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