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NUMECA and Gmsh Inventors Announce an Exclusive Partnership in World-Class Meshing
Posted Thu July 23, 2020 @08:02AM
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News NUMECA and Gmsh are pleased to announce the establishment of an exclusive partnership for creating an industrialized and commercialized version of the world-leading open source grid generation toolset Gmsh.

Through this partnership, NUMECA and Gmsh's inventors will co-develop a professional version of Gmsh, Gmsh-Pro, within NUMECA’s multiphysics environment OMNIS™, extending its capabilities in terms of performances, ease-of-use and CAD links, to a wide range of new applications in CAE and multiphysics.

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“Offering best-in-class grid generation tools in support of reliable simulation and reduced design cycle time and cost is a main priority at NUMECA. We are therefore very excited with the prospect of developing a professional version of the Gmsh libraries in OMNIS™ and bringing the technology to our partners and customers.”

Professor Charles Hirsch, President of NUMECA International

NUMECA and Gmsh's inventors are also joining forces to continuously extend the functionalities of Gmsh-Pro towards additional applications.

The partnership reinforces NUMECA’s strategy of combining best-in-class grid generation tools—from multi-block structured, cartesian octree meshes to full hex and hybrid unstructured grids—into dedicated simulation workflows within a single environment (OMNIS™) and fulfills an increasing industrial need for overall reliability within a framework of geometric complexity and demanding simulation.

About Gmsh

Gmsh is an open source 3D finite element mesh generator with a built-in CAD engine and post-processor. Gmsh is the most widely used open source meshing software in the world, with a community of thousands of users both in academia and industry.

Gmsh has been developed by Christophe Geuzaine and Jean-François Remacle, both full Professors of Engineering. Both Gmsh’s inventors are extremely motivated to join forces with NUMECA to release a professional version of Gmsh that aims to become the reference software in mesh generation.

About NUMECA International

NUMECA is recognized today as the most innovative company in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and multiphysics design, analysis and optimization. Driven by creativity, innovation & quality, we proudly turn our passion into software tool sets that support the world's leading industries.

Based on the most advanced technology, we are largely recognized for our application-driven features and interface, optimal solutions including high quality automatic full hex meshing, accurate and fast CFD solvers, multi-physics and acoustics, robust design and optimization with uncertainty quantification. At NUMECA, we provide innovative technology and models in response to specific industrial requirements. Customer satisfaction is our main objective, and we continuously improve our software and services to turn your product design into a real success for your organization.

With creative teams all over the world, we deliver the best in software, R&D, support and services.

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