(24 April 2008) – Flomerics, a world-leading developer of
engineering simulation software, has published a comprehensive
technical white paper on mesh generation techniques for fluid flow
simulation. Written for mechanical engineers, the paper explains
the need for a computational mesh and the pros and cons of
different mesh types. It also explains the factors affecting the
choice of grid system such as cell shape, geometry representation,
mesh structure and grid generation. “Engineers new to the
world of fluid and thermal analysis often find the basic jargon
quite daunting,” said Dr. John Parry, research manager at
Flomerics. “Therefore, we have created a no-nonsense
reference document for engineers focusing on meshing techniques.
Our intention is to answer typical user questions, and so we have
made the white paper freely available to anyone visiting our
Interested readers are encouraged to download the white paper at www.flomerics.com/files/casestudies/1286/EFD_Meshing_Technology_White_Paper_Jan08.pdf
Alternatively, readers can attend a free webcast that further
explores this topic. To register for the webcast which will be held
on May 1st 2008 at 11 AM EST (16:00 UK), please follow this link www.flomerics.com/events/events_details.php?id=3197.
To learn more about Flomerics family of simulation products, please visit www.flomerics.com.
Flomerics is a world-leading developer of engineering simulation software and services for analysis of fluid flow and heat transfer. Flomerics' business model is drastically different from traditional analysis because its software is designed to be embedded deeply into the design process and used by mainstream design engineers, not just by analysis specialists.
Date: April 24, 2008