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Old   October 25, 2021, 09:26
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Dear Colleagues,

What shall be the meshing criteria for pointwise structured mesh?.
Which factors shall be taken care of, please mention their range as well.

How to insert a desired expansion ratio in Pointwise meshing.

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I think this could be a very general question. A wise man once said "a good mesh is a mesh that produces good result."


However, there are lots of white papers and videos made by experienced people you could read and watch. Here are some:


Structured Meshing for Low-Speed Ship:

https://www.pointwise.com/webinars/C...a-a78889c78022



Accuracy, Convergence and Mesh Quality:

https://www.pointwise.com/articles/a...d-mesh-quality


Playing by the Rules Proactive Mesh Quality Assessment:
https://www.pointwise.com/articles/p...ity-assessment
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Old   October 26, 2021, 08:52
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I think this could be a very general question. A wise man once said "a good mesh is a mesh that produces good result."


However, there are lots of white papers and videos made by experienced people you could read and watch. Here are some:


Structured Meshing for Low-Speed Ship:

https://www.pointwise.com/webinars/C...a-a78889c78022



Accuracy, Convergence and Mesh Quality:

https://www.pointwise.com/articles/a...d-mesh-quality


Playing by the Rules Proactive Mesh Quality Assessment:
https://www.pointwise.com/articles/p...ity-assessment
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