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Speeding Up Mesh Generation for a Passenger Cabin
Posted Mon April 01, 2013 @02:34PM
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Announcements NUMECA International will host a webinar on Mesh Generation for Interior Cabin of a Passenger Car on April 10th.

Join us and learn how HEXPRESS™/Hybrid automatically detects and closes holes on a complex geometry.


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This webinar will show you an application of HEXPRESS™/Hybrid where the geometry is an interior cabin of a passenger car. No manual operation was required to produce a mesh for passenger comfort simulation!

HEXPRESS™/Hybrid is Numeca’s solution to mesh complex geometries: with HEXPRESS™/Hybrid, mesh generation for complex geometry becomes easy thanks to the automated CAD cleaning step.

HEXPRESS™/Hybrid can directly handle dirty CAD and produces high quality mesh with its automatic feature detection. To further speed up the geometry preparation time, the entire mesh generation process runs in parallel.

Duration: approx. 30 minutes

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