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The Connector, the newsletter for CFD Mesh Generation from Pointwise

May / June 2013

Boundary Layer Stability at Texas A&M

Texas A&M Uses Pointwise Meshes for Boundary Layer Stability Analysis

Researchers at Texas A&M University are studying boundary layer stability to gain insight into how transitions from laminar to turbulent flow occur. Their research has… (more)

Pointwise Version 17.1 R3

More Preprocessing Capabilities for Pointwise

We are anticipating a June release date for Pointwise Version 17.1 R3. Although this is a minor update, it includes several new features in addition to bug fixes. We began the practice of adding new features to… (more)

Moving Surfaces

Mesh Manipulation for Moving Surfaces

Many aerospace-related applications exist that require surfaces to move within a given region. This can include bodies moving relative to each other, as happens during a store separation, or surfaces actually changing shape, which is what happens with… (more)

Smooth Sailing

TAEYANG Enjoys Smooth Sailing

Youngjin Seo, Ph.D., from TAEYANG IT Co., Ltd. builds his Pointwise business on the water. The marine industry is big in South Korea, home of four of the world's five largest shipbuilders, including number one Hyundai Heavy Industries. The importance of… (more)