Reduce meshing time by up to 90 percent
Download the technical paper, “Automatic Unstructured Mesh Generation with Geometry Attribution,” presented at AIAA SciTech 2019 that describes a process that automatically creates unstructured meshes from water-tight geometry input using Glyph scripting. Utilizing this process, one can reduce meshing time by up to 90 percent and manual input from hours to minutes.
The process produces isotropic tetrahedral meshes without any instructions from a user, and with instructions provided via geometry attribution, the meshing process can be guided to produce a mesh more aligned with the user’s intent.
Steve Karman joined Pointwise's Applied Research Team in 2014. He had been a tenured professor in the Graduate School of Computational Engineering,
Nick Wyman directs Pointwise's research efforts,