Pointwise Monthly Mesh from Applied CCM – April 2019

Frigate Helipad Our April 2019 Mesh showcases a frigate, called the Simple Frigate Shape (SFS2). SFS2 is a standard case for experimental validation of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) models for airwake turbulence characteristics of frigate helipads. A real frigate (Figure 1) is shown in operation with a helicopter about to land. The helicopter is in.. read more →

Pointwise Monthly Mesh from Applied CCM – March 2019

Golf Driver Meshing This is the third in a series of articles you will see from us in 2019 about meshes we have been working on. The March mesh showcases a golf club – specifically a golf driver. We all know that PGA tour professionals hit the gold driver very hard. PGA Tour statistics show.. read more →

Melbourne CFD meetup – photos

Thanks to all for attending our inaugural Melbourne CFD meetup, and to our speakers Gabrian Balelang and Scott Burch! It was so great to see a mixture of industry, university, government agencies. See you on April 3 for the next one!      read more →

Pointwise Monthly Mesh from Applied CCM – January 2019

Here at Applied CCM, we love meshing. In our opinion there’s nothing better than a nice looking mesh, ready to use in our CFD analysis and give it the best chance of good convergence and the most accurate results possible. Applied CCM are the distributors for Pointwise in Australia and this is the first in.. read more →

CFD/DEM Conference December 2018 – Review

The 13th International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries is a conference held biennially in Melbourne in December 2018, and is supported by CSIRO and Monash University. For the second time, the CFD conference was held in conjunction with the Second International Symposium on Computational Particle Technology. This year’s combined conference had.. read more →