The Connector

The Connector was our email newsletter until 2017. This archive includes articles about CFD mesh generation using software from Pointwise, software releases, events, customer and partner CFD applications, and tips to keep you productive.

September / October 2011

Presenters Named for Pointwise User Group Meeting


Presenters Named for Pointwise User Group Meeting

Presenters have been announced for the Pointwise User Group Meeting in Fort Worth, TX, on 8-9 November. Presentations range from aerospace and wind energy to design and a billion-cell meshing case study.


Meshing is Vital to Formula SAE at UTA

James Merkel, University of Texas at Arlington


Meshing is Vital to Formula SAE at UTA

Over the past year, use of Pointwise for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) mesh generation has helped increase productivity drastically on the Formula SAE team at the University of Texas at Arlington.


New Meshing Capabilities Coming in Pointwise Version 17


New Meshing Capabilities Coming in Pointwise Version 17

Internal development of new features for Pointwise Version 17.0 is complete. While we test, document, and otherwise prepare the release for you, here is a preview of what is coming in this major release.


Pointwise Aids Hypersonic CFD at the University of Queensland

Professor Russell Boyce, DSTO Chair for Hypersonics, School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, The University of Queensland


Pointwise Aids Hypersonic CFD at the University of Queensland

The University of Queensland participates in the Pointwise Teaching Partnership program. During 2010, Pointwise was used for our undergraduate thesis courses and a senior elective course in hypersonics and rarefied gas dynamics.


T-Rex in the Real World: Troubleshooting Difficult Grids


T-Rex in the Real World: Troubleshooting Difficult Grids

Join us at the Pointwise User Group Meeting for the short course, T-Rex in the Real World: Troubleshooting Difficult Grids. We will be talking about Pointwise's viscous unstructured meshing technique, known as T-Rex, the overwhelming choice of users who participated in our short-course topic poll.


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