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Meshing

Very often, after the simulation is completed, here in CONSELF we suggest to verify the y+ value to be withing certain ranges. Very often we get asked: what is y+ and why do we need to ensure these ranges? Well, these questions, even though not...

Clear and exhaustive documentation is a key element that often makes the difference when approaching a new product. When dealing with complex matters like Engineering Simulations this is even more true. In this post we present the new CONSELF documentation system: a completely renewed environment...

This post shows how to turn a simple error message encountered during the meshing phase, into a fundamental info on your CAD geometry file, highlighting critical zones where the model can be improved to successfully obtain the computational grid. This new feature added in latest...

In recent years, simulations techniques have gained more and more interests because of their capability of providing engineering information about products efficiency, resistance, reliability in a cheap and quick way. They allow every engineer or designer to simulate a virtual test lab without requirements of...

Dealing with complex geometries can be difficult. Creating good meshes for CFD simulations is sometimes a very complex task. It is not unusual that, especially in the very first simulations trials, the computational grid is affected by numerous problems. In such cases it is fundamental...

Is my mesh good enough? Will this grid allow me to obtain accurate results? These are common questions among CAE (and especially CFD) users. In this post, we present a particular feature provided by CONSELF that helps spotting problematic mesh regions....

As strange as it sounds, often the most critical part of a CFD simulation cycle (from geometry preparation to result analysis) is not the solution of partial differential equations. Instead, the real added value of a good CFD software is represented by meshing capabilities, automation,...