In engineering, meshing refers to using computer software to generate polygons or polyhedrals that connect in a series of lines and points to approximates a digital model's geometry. Meshing is often performed in order to divide the model into cells in order to conduct a simulation analysis or render a digital model.
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Coreform Acquires csimsoft
High-end meshing technology to enable spline-based simulation.
Editor’s Pick: Conduct Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations More Efficiently
Nextflow Software introduces Nextflow Studio, which covers the entire CFD workflow from pre-processing to computation and post-processing.
Meeting the Challenge of Product Complexity for Global Manufacturers
Using this five step blueprint to create your Digital Thread will help you manage the design, manufacture and sustainment of complex products. Learn more.
Simulation Transition: Meshing Nuts and Bolts
It’s essential to understand the fundamentals of how to adjust a mesh to obtain accurate and reliable results.
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Digimat 2019.0 Democratizes Light-weighting Crash Simulation
Support for new material systems, part performances, lifetime predictions and addition of a strong interface to MaterialCenter in this release.
Use of CF-MESH+ and OpenFOAM Helps Solve Turbulent Flow Simulation Around DrivAer Vehicle
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Altair Highlights Latest Technologies at Hannover Messe 2019
Showcase highlights to include a technology demonstrator for predictive maintenance and a digital twin integration platform.
Creative Fields Releases CF-MESH+ 2.2
CFD meshing reportedly made simple with new release.
ANSYS Workbench 19.2
Take a hands-on look at how the ANSYS Workbench environment is used to explore the physics of a benchmark model.
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