Fluid flow analysis tool

  • 19-Jun-2008 08:41 EDT
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TGrid 5.0 from ANSYS is a pre-processor for fluid flow analysis that is used to create large unstructured tetrahedral and hex-core meshes for complex geometry. The software is valuable for large-scale applications in which advanced meshing techniques are required for computational analysis of fluid flow. This version introduces new tools and enhanced capabilities to generate high-quality meshes more efficiently. It addresses the challenges in front-end underhood thermal management applications by capturing best practices and automating the meshing. The surface wrapper features a fully automatic leak/hole detection and fixing algorithm. Also included is a single surface recovery technique for thermal shields.

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