Distene Releases 2.8 Version of MeshGems
New features include support of robust quadratic meshing for all the MeshGems components that is throughout the whole meshing process.
January 21, 2019
Distene has delivered a new release of MeshGems.
General highlights of MeshGems 2.8 are as follows:
- New features include support of robust quadratic meshing for all the MeshGems components that is throughout the whole meshing process from surface to volume and for all the supported elements.
- New Template delivered in the MeshGems distribution as part of an effort to help developers saving time and setting up a workflow, based on MeshGems-CADSurf, MeshGems-Cleaner and MeshGems-Tetra. This aims at generating a tetrahedral volume mesh out of a CAD file and which is applicable for dirty/noisy geometries.
Surface Meshing Features
There's a capability to generate a surface mesh out of a “hybrid CAD,” which is a geometry made of a combination of analytical CAD entities (whose geometries are defined by analytical functions, such as for example NURBS), and discrete CAD entities (whose geometries are defined by a tesselation).
Improvements include mesh quality enhancement in the Discrete surface meshing workflow; increased meshing robustness; and better handling of complex overlaps in the cleaning process (MeshGems-Cleaner).
New features include volume proximity that is available also in MeshGems-Tetra_HPC. There is a process to include all the available options of MeshGems-Tetra into MeshGems-Tetra_HPC. Sub-domains are provided as input in Meshgems-Tetra and MeshGems-Tetra_HPC for a smoother integration into your CAE chain. There's also a Min/max edge length enforcement in MeshGems-Tetra_HPC.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.