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Let's Talk Meshing Archive

Seeing is believing and Pointwise's webcasts, webinars, and workshops are produced primarily for that purpose. Watch one of our many demonstrations to see how you can influence your CFD solutions through mesh generation.

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Advanced Structured Grid Techniques

Advanced Structured Grid Techniques

This video focuses on techniques for creating structured hexahedral grids with Pointwise. The relative merits of hexahedral versus tetrahedral elements on cell-centered finite volume simulations will be discussed, with special attention given to the sources and mitigation of numerical diffusion. (more)

  • 11 Dec 2014
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  • 49:32
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Structured, Topology, Elliptic, Glyph, Scripting

SU2-Pointwise Joint Workshop

SU2-Pointwise Joint Workshop

Pointwise and the SU2 team at Stanford University hosted a joint workshop that walked attendees through the end-to-end CFD process using Pointwise and Stanford's open source CFD code, SU2. (more)

  • 29-30 Sep 2014
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Aerospace, Application, SU2, T-Rex, Quality, Glyph, Scripting

The State of Simulation: It's a Wonderful Time to be Using CFD
by ENGINEERING.com

The State of Simulation: It's a Wonderful Time to be Using CFD

John Chawner, president of Pointwise, will discuss the current state of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) during an ENGINEERING.com webinar on 16 September. (more)

  • 16 Sep 2014
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CFD, Meshing, Business

Mesh Topology Influence on Volute Aerodynamic Performance Computed Using Code Leo

Mesh Topology Influence on Volute Aerodynamic Performance Computed Using Code Leo

In this webinar, we evaluate a generic volute design. Simulations were performed using Code Leo, a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver developed by AeroDynamic Solutions (ADS), on three different grid types generated with Pointwise: multi-block structured, unstructured with a hexahedral boundary layer, and unstructured with a prismatic boundary layer. (more)

  • 27 Aug 2014
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  • 47:18
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Turbomachinery, Application, Structured, Volute, Code Leo, Hybrid

Tips for Handling Complex Geometries, Very Large Grids

Tips for Handling Complex Geometries, Very Large Grids

This video steps you through the meshing process for creating an unstructured grid around a moderately complex geometry. We pay particular attention to solid modeling, uses for scripting, local grid refinement, and creating orthogonal cells in the boundary layers. (more)

  • 06 Aug 2014
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  • 54:21
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Geometry Modeling, Aerospace, T-Rex

Introducing Unstructured Hexahedral Extrusion in Pointwise V17.2

Tips for Handling Complex Geometries, Very Large Grids

See how Pointwise V17.2 will help you quickly generate unstructured hexahedral boundary layer meshes using T-Rex (anisotropic tetrahedral extrusion). (more)

  • 03 Jun 2014
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  • 40:23
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Unstructured, Extrusion, T-Rex

Supersonic Aircraft Shape Design Powered by SU2 and Pointwise

Tips for Handling Complex Geometries, Very Large Grids

This webinar details how Pointwise and SU2 can be used to tackle supersonic aircraft design. Watertight surface and volume meshes for complex geometries can be quickly generated in Pointwise and exported to the native SU2 format. (more)

  • 29 Apr 2014
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T-Rex, Aerospace, Application, SU2

Structured Grid for an Aneurysm

Structured Grid for an Aneurysm

As part of the CFD Challenge hosted by Dr. Gabor Janiga at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, two aneurysm geometries were provided and participants were encouraged to use CFD tools to predict which of the two models had a higher probability of rupture. In this video, we will demonstrate how to create a multiblock structured volume mesh for one of the aneurysm geometries. (more)

  • 29 Jan 2014
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  • 37:41
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Biomedical, Application, Structured, Topology, Elliptic, Quality

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