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Next-Generation CFD Meshing Software Released for Beta Testing
Posted Wed February 28, 2007 @06:16PM
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Grid Generation Pointwise has released its next-generation CFD meshing software for beta testing. The eponymous Pointwise software is the result of over 20,000 hours of development and represents the future of reliable CFD meshing.

"Our Gridgen software has served engineers well over the last 22 years and it was time to repackage the core technologies within a new user interface and user environment" said John Chawner, Pointwise's president.

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"With the help of the clients and partners on our advisory team, we designed and implemented a modern GUI and streamlined interaction model drastically decreasing the user's workload."

Pointwise features a modern, cross-platform user interface that is comfortable for new users and customizable by experienced users. The new software also contains new tools such as Undo & Redo, automatic grid assembly, and support for 64-bit operating systems.

Beta testing will continue until Pointwise's first production release currently planned for summer 2007. Both Gridgen and Pointwise will be available for production use during the transition period, after which time Gridgen will be retired.

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