By Nick Wyman, Director, Applied Research, Pointwise, Inc.
The next release of Pointwise features overset grid assembly integration and native support for two assemblers: PEGASUS 5 and Suggar++. Pointwise's new features ease the construction of overset grid systems with visualization and diagnostics of overset grid attributes directly in a mesher.Read More
By Scott Evetts, Pointwise Intern, Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University student Scott Evetts worked as a Pointwise intern this summer. He had no prior CFD or mesh generation experience, but he was able to accomplish a great deal in three months. Here he describes one of his Glyph scripting projects.Read More
By Travis Kocian, Nicholas Oliviero, Megan Heard, Matthew Tufts, Eduardo Perez, Prof. Helen Reed, Texas A&M University, Aerospace Engineering
Boundary layer transition from laminar to turbulent affects heat transfer, drag, and engine performance, but is still poorly understood. Researchers at Texas A&M are developing computational methods for predicting transition across all speed ranges.Read More
Training at the Pointwise User Group Meeting will include overset meshing, the latest productivity tools, techniques for making high-quality unstructured hexahedral cells using T-Rex (anisotropic tetrahedral extrusion) and an Advanced Structured Gridding short course.Read More
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