Automotive Applications of Pointwise's CFD Mesh Generation
Whether you're engaged in production CFD to refine an existing design, doing parametric analysis to support design of a new vehicle, or researching advanced concepts for the next generation of vehicles, Pointwise provides all your mesh generation capabilities.
Structured grids and unstructured and hybrid meshes can all be generated depending on your application. And because different applications call for different flow solvers, Pointwise is the one mesh generator to work with them all.
Plus, Pointwise's Glyph scripting lets you customize and automate the mesh generation process with macros and templates.
Swift One Billion Cells
Swift engineers performed a study of the requirements for highly-detailed CFD analysis on very large (one-billion-cell) meshes. They used… (more)
CFD at Embry-Riddle
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University faciliates the education of mechanical and aerospace engineering undergraduates… (more)
Many sports cars have wheel covers that can generate additional lift over that of uncovered wheels. This CFD study investigated the aerodynamic differences between… (more)
Research students at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the Delft University of Technology used Gridgen to create high quality grids in… (more)
The constant improvements of fan systems over the years to become more compact, more efficient and less noisy are a clear evidence of… (more)
We developed an automatic mesh generation system for torque converter models. In this system, parameters such as size and number of cells and… (more)
Exhaust Gas Throttle
An associate professor of Mechanical Engineering at Kettering University is performing computational simulations of exhaust gas recirculation… (more)
Wind generated noise and vibration around automobiles is becoming a greater concern as other noise sources are eliminated or muffled. Wind noise is… (more)