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Meshing’s Path Forward
Posted Wed May 20, 2015 @09:01PM
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Grid Generation By John Chawner
President, Pointwise, Inc.

At the AIAA Science and Technology Forum 2015 (aka SciTech), I was fortunate to participate on a panel discussion related to the meshing and geometry needs identified by the CFD (computational fluid dynamics) Vision 2030 Study, hereinafter the Study1.

Specifically, The Path To and State of Geometry and Meshing in 2030 was organized by the Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments (MVCE) Technical Committee in order to provide technical interchange that would illuminate the path forward for geometry and mesh generation.

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Events: 45 Seconds of CFD @ 60Hz with XDB Workflow
Posted Tue May 19, 2015 @04:50PM
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Announcements Intelligent Light with present the live webinar 45 Seconds of CFD @ 60Hz with XDB workflow on Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 12:00 Noon, EDT.

A Big CFD Challenge: Landing in a Ship Airwake
The CREATE™–AV team and Intelligent Light tackle 45 seconds of flight time with unique in situ XDB workflow.

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Events: Verification, Validation, and Predictive Capability
Posted Fri May 15, 2015 @04:33PM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host a webinar introduction to the topics of verification, validation, and predictive capability on May 28th.

Engineering organizations must increasingly rely on computational simulation for design and predicted performance, reliability, and safety of systems. Computational analysts, designers, decision makers, and project managers who rely on simulation should ensure that practical techniques and methods are in-place for assessing simulation credibility.

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Events: FINE™/Turbo v10.1 New Features Webcast
Posted Fri May 15, 2015 @09:32AM
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Announcements Discover the new features of NUMECA's CFD suite dedicated to turbomachinery: FINE™/Turbo!

Join NUMECA for a free webinar on June 23 (in two sessions) and learn from our expert how this new version of FINE™/Turbo will boost your productivity, from mesh generation to results visualization, while giving you a deeper insight in the flow physics.

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Business: Flow Science Extends Association with Flow Science Deutschland GMBH
Posted Wed May 13, 2015 @12:26PM
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News Flow Science, Inc. announced today that it has extended its representation agreement with Flow Science Deutschland GmbH for FLOW-3D software products to include Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland. Flow Science Deutschland already represents Flow Science in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

"We are very pleased to have the strong team at Flow Science Deutschland expand their territory within Europe. Their dedication to their customers and the high-quality technical support they provide should be well-received in the countries they now represent," said Thomas Jensen, President of Flow Science, Inc.

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Events: Learn, Explore, Mingle with Pointwise at AIAA Aviation 2015
Posted Wed May 13, 2015 @10:12AM
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Announcements With the AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition 2015 being held in its backyard, Pointwise is extending Texas hospitality to meeting attendees with some special activities.

Kicking things off is the Pointwise Let’s Talk Meshing Workshop on Sunday, 21 June, at the Anatole Hotel in Dallas, Texas. In addition to this workshop, Pointwise will also host a reception, be involved in the presentation of two technical papers, and be available in the exhibition hall.

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