1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop
Sponsored by the Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments Technical Committee

June 3-4, 2017
at the AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition
Denver, Colorado, USA

GMGW-1
Organizing Committee


John Chawner & Carolyn Woeber
Pointwise, Inc.

John Dannenhoffer
Syracuse University

Todd Michal & Jeffrey Slotnick
The Boeing Company

Bill Jones & Chris Rumsey
NASA Langley Research Center

Nigel Taylor
MBDA UK Ltd

James Masters
National Aerospace Solutions

Hugh Thornburg
Engility



Contact us by email:
meshingworkshop@gmail.com

NEW: GMGW-1 Presentations

All presentations from GMGW-1 are now available at the GMGW-1 Presentations link.

GMGW-1 Objectives

This two-part workshop will assess the current state-of-the art in geometry preprocessing and mesh generation technology and software as applied to aircraft and spacecraft systems. It will help identify and develop understanding of areas of needed improvement (performance, accuracy, applicability) in geometry processing and mesh generation technology software. And it will provide a foundation for documenting best practices for geometry preprocessing and mesh generation.

The workshop is being offered in conjunction with the 3rd AIAA CFD High Lift Prediction Workshop (HiLiftPW-3), after which GMGW-1 is being patterned. The two workshops will share opening and closing sessions.

The workshop's test case is a simplified version of the NASA's High Lift Common Research Model (HL-CRM) being used for the High Lift Workshop. Workshop participants will be asked to collect and report data about their experience meshing the HL-CRM geometry.

This workshop is open to participants worldwide and will provide an unbiased forum for discussion of results and promotion and cross-pollination of best practices.

Other Resources

Download this 1-page PDF informational flyer and share it with your CFD colleagues to help promote GMGW-1.

During 2016, the MVCE technical committee surveyed the CFD community for their views on the current state of geometry modeling and mesh generation. The results of that survey are available here.