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Mesh Adaptation Live Q&A
Posted Wed April 22, 2020 @04:17PM
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Announcements Pointwise will host a Live Q&A Webinar where Nick Wyman and Steve Karman, Pointwise, Inc., and Paul Galpin, iSimQ will be fielding your mesh adaptation questions at 10 a.m. CDT (UTC -5) on Tuesday, 28 April 2020.

Simulation-driven design relies heavily on high-quality CFD simulation results. Mesh adaptation is an essential tool for controlling discretization error in your simulations. Pointwise provides a solver-independent mesh adaptation method that maintains adherence to geometry.

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