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 →

Pointwise Monthly Mesh from Applied CCM – February 2019

Applied CCM are the distributors of Pointwise in Australia and New Zealand. This is the second in a series of meshing articles you will see from us in 2019. February’s mesh showcases twin-box decks of a bridge on a Pointwise mesh. Examples of bridges that adopt twin-box deck arrangements are:  Yi Sun-sin suspension bridge located.. 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 →

The evolution of CFD at Garry Rogers Motorsport

Look at the evolution of fluid dynamics and you’ll quickly realize that our understanding of the subject has advanced a great deal in a relatively short space of time.  To read the story of American entrepreneur George Westinghouse, his ideas and inventions reference the avant-garde physicists of the period like Lord Kelvin and Sir George.. read more →

Pointwise V18 Now available

A major new release of Pointwise for CFD mesh generation is now available for download and production use. It includes the biggest change to our core meshing technology since the addition of T-Rex for boundary layer resolving hybrid meshes in 2007. Specifically, you now can: generate quad-dominant surface meshes extrude unstructured hexahedral layers for boundary.. read more →

This Is How I Mesh – Darrin Stephens

I’m Darrin Stephens, Director of Applied CCM Pty Ltd and I was born and raised in Innisfail, a small country town in the far north of the state of Queensland, Australia. Being in the far north, Innisfail was hot and humid where the rainfall each year is measured in meters. The local industry was mostly.. read more →