Working with Dirty CAD While Meshing a Naval Ship Hull

[08 Dec 2010] Pointwise reduces the time needed for mesh completion with its flexible techniques for dealing with dirty geometry. In this 45 minute webinar, you will learn how to deal with and clean up the geometry on the U.S. Navy Surface Combatant DTMB 5415 ship hull.

Ship hull geometry.

Topics covered in this webinar include

  • Automate cleanup of gaps and overlaps in CAD models using Fault Tolerant Meshing
  • Quickly produce watertight geometry with Solid Meshing and use it to speed up the meshing process
  • Generate missing CAD geometry with Pointwise geometry creation tools
  • Make a grid when you do not have a CAD model
Ship bow
Ship Solid Geometry


Description Format File Name File Size [MB]
Webinar Video File MP4 Pointwise-Webinar-Working-with-Dirty-CAD.mp4 2170
Pointwise Project File PW 1.6
Bare Hull IGES 5512_Bare_Hull.igs .07
Bilge Keel IGES 5512_Bilge_Keel.igs .14

Working with Dirty CAD While Meshing a Naval Ship Hull is also now available on YouTube.

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