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Anisotropic tet meshing generates layers of high quality cells while also avoiding collisions normally associated with complex geometry.
  
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New Software: Automated Unstructured Viscous Meshing Featured in Gridgen V15.10
Posted Fri March 30, 2007 @05:18PM
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News Pointwise announces the release of Gridgen Version 15.10, the latest version of their popular CFD meshing software. The major new feature in Gridgen V15.10 is a novel technique for generating high-quality unstructured meshes for viscous CFD analysis called anisotropic tetrahedral meshing.

"Anisotropic tetrahedral meshing is a truly unstructured extrusion process," said John Steinbrenner, Pointwise's Vice President of Research and Development.

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