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A Mesh Generator for Heat Exchangers
Posted Mon February 17, 2003 @04:42PM
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Grid Generation SoftInWay has released a new version of their customized grid generator for industrial heat exchangers. MinuteMesh uses a parameterized template of various heat exchanger geometries to rapidly create a hexahedral element mesh.

Due to the large range of feature size in a typical boiler (which include hundreds of tubes), unstructured meshing is usually prohibitive. Often, meshing is the bottleneck in boiler design. SoftInWay's parameterized boiler mesh generator makes mesh study and design optimization much easier, saving customers time and money.

The mesh generator creates an input file for a customer-specified solver, such as COSMOS, ANSYS, NASTRAN, Fluent, etc.


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