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Upgraded meshing capabilities improves CFD modeling output

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Ensuring optimal output from computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software requires reliable, high-fidelity meshes to be created for the complex geometries that are being modeled. The latest version of this company’s CFD mesh-generation software, Version 18.0 R3, includes more than two dozen new features and advanced graphics capabilities (photo), and it is said to improve the resolution of details at very small scales on complex geometries, thereby improving the visualization of results. The company’s software generates structured, unstructured, overset and hybrid meshes, and it interfaces seamlessly with CFD solvers from a range of vendors, as well as many neutral formats. — Pointwise, Inc., Fort Worth, Tex.

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