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Automated Meshing and Adaptive Re-meshing at Bombardier
Posted Tue June 16, 2020 @11:57PM
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Announcements Register to participate in a webinar hosted by Amine Ben Haj Ali, senior engineering specialist in advanced aerodynamics at Bombardier and Rick Matus, Pointwise, Inc., Executive Vice President that 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.

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