Automated Meshing and Adaptive Re-meshing at Bombardier
Automated meshing server quickly generates consistent meshes for any configuration.
In the webinar, Amine Ben Haj Ali, Senior Engineering Specialist in Advanced Aerodynamics at Bombardier details the Meshing & Adaptive Re-meshing Server (MARS) he has developed, which has been used by engineers at Bombardier to generate over 250,000 high-quality meshes since 2017. MARS automates the meshing process, reduces meshing time, and ensures consistent meshes across geometry variations no matter who is using it.
Discover how to:
- Generate high-quality mesh to resolve flows with reasonable cost
- Use scripting to automate meshing for fast turnaround, quality, and consistency
- Encapsulate company best practices with templates for any geometry
Amine Ben Haj Ali
Amine Ben Haj Ali is a senior engineering specialist in advanced aerodynamics at Bombardier Aviation. While at Bombardier he has led continuous improvement initiatives for high-lift aerodynamic design and optimization, loads calculation, aeroelasticity, and ditching analysis. He has expertise in fluid-structure interaction, stability and control, scientific computing, aerodynamics, and loads. In addition, he developed an automated system that reduces mesh generation time from days to hours. Dr Ben Haj Ali has a Ph.D. in Engineering and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from École de Technologie Supérieure, Montréal and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from École Supérieure des Sciences et Techniques, Tunis.
Rick Matus joined Pointwise during its first year of operation. He leads the sales and marketing activities. Previously, Dr. Matus was product manager for the RAMPANT CFD solver, predecessor of Fluent, at Fluent, Inc. and for several years supervised and performed applied CFD at General Dynamics Fort Worth Division. Dr. Matus earned a B.S. in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M University in 1980, an M.S. in aerospace engineering from Texas A&M in 1981, and a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington in 1986.