Innovation & Quality


"90% of CFD problems come from the mesh". You've probably already heard this popular motto in scientific circles, and it's true: no accurate results ever came from a bad mesh. 


You have the right to require high mesh quality for your CFD computations, without sacrificing the user-friendliness and the automation of your meshing process. 

Discover our mesh generators which seamlessly integrate with commercial, in-house and open source solvers:

  • AutoGrid5™, our full automatic structured grid generator for all types of rotating machinery: complex axial, radial, and mixed-flow configurations. It produces grids in a few minutes, after just a few clicks via a wizard based interface.

Numeca's automated mesher, AutoGrid5, is an excellent tool for generating 3D mesh around radial/Axial airfoils ans splitter/tandem vanes. One can generate smoothed H-type and O-type grids very quickly using templates.

Hakan Aksoy - Honeywell ES&S


 

  • HEXPRESS/Hybrid produces unstructured hex-dominant conformal meshes of complex geometries, starting from unclean CAD data. Thanks to the fact it can run on multiple processors it's ultra fast on top.

Right from the beginning of using HEXPRESS™/Hybrid, we were impressed by the performance and efficiency of this software. It is able to handle boundary layer insertion with no problems and can manage our really dirty geometries (holes, cutting planes, thin surfaces,...) in a way we have not experienced before. Regarding our complex geometries, HEXPRESS™/Hybrid is our preferred choice by far.

Aaron Reppenhagen - VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center


 

 

These 2 meshing tools include a direct export to common formats, can be launched in batch, and can be combined:

 

When: Wednesday October 12th 2017, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
 
Venue: Copenhagen, Denmark (exact location to be added soon)

Don’t miss out! Registration for the seminar is free but mandatory and places are limited.

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Anne-Marie Schelkens

Anne-Marie is the Marketing & Communications Coordinator at Numeca International, based in Brussels. Prior to joining the company in 2016, she held various roles in the automotive and ICT industry in Belgium and Spain.

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