Meshing Forensics II: Overcoming Common Structured Gridding Pitfalls

[20 June 2013] Our last meshing forensics webinar focused on issues typically encountered when working with solid models and unstructured meshes. This webinar focuses on roadblocks commonly seen when working on structured grids. Topological requirements of structured grids and loose CAD tolerances can cause missteps in the gridding process.

The Grid Merge command can be used to find and repair topology issues.
The Grid Merge command can be used to find and repair topology issues.

In this webinar, we will run through some structured gridding pitfalls:

  • I can't assemble my structured domain or block.
  • Some connector distributions are not updating.
  • This domain does not have the database shape.
  • I wish I could find the problem cells my solver reports.

Downloads

Description Format File Name File Size [MB]
Webinar Video File MP4 Pointwise-Webinar-Meshing-Forensics-Structured-Gridding-Pitfalls.mp4 3000
Sample Database File IGES 747.igs 1
Pointwise Project File PW axialturbineblade-MFII.pw 8
Pointwise Project File PW CoincidenceLinkage.pw 1
Pointwise Project File PW Domains.pw 1

Meshing Forensics II: Overcoming Common Structured Gridding Pitfalls is also now available on YouTube.

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