The traditional approach to increasing the fidelity of linear meshes has been to use bigger, faster computers; techniques such as vectorization, parallelization, and GPU solvers; and unstructured or hybrid grids to reduce grid points. Unfortunately, this approach has reached its limits.
Pointwise has released the first commercial CFD mesher to generate high-order curved meshes for high Reynolds number flows. Flow solvers that use high-order, curved meshes require less memory and CPU time than existing methods, scale well on parallel computing clusters, and offer increased flexibility for mesh adaption to decrease grid points and file size.
Decrease memory and CPU needs, work on parallel computer clusters, and reduce file size.