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ICEM Integrates Hexa with CATIA V5
Posted Thu September 27, 2001 @11:10AM
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Grid Generation ICEM CFD has announced the integration of their structured block mesher, Hexa, with Dassault Systemes' CATIA V5 design and analysis tool. With the move, ICEM CFD has also signed an agreement to join Dassault Systemes’ “Software Community Program” as a Partner, to develop, market and sell applications based on the V5 architecture, integrated with and complementary to CATIA V5 solutions.

The combination allows engineers to create an advanced hexahedral mesh while maintaining full associativity with the CATIA design and analysis model.

The integration with ‘ICEM CFD Hexa’ will provide CATIA V5 designers and experts with easy-to-use and associative hexahedral meshing for FEA & CFD analysis. This will strongly improve customer product quality and functional performances said Gérard Lecina, Director, CATIA CAE Division.

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