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March 12, If you’ve got a legitimate license, which I hope you do, just give them a call.

July 17, If we Pointwise were going to formally support a forum i. However it boggles my mind that some of these companies spend so much time and money, advertising, marketing, blogging, conferences, etc.

At issue is how to integrate them into a company’s complete support offering. Truth of the matter is, I’m pretty jaded with trying to get help from companies directly. There is a tutorial on C grids for Gridgen and been trying to kind of adapt that to Pointwise but in the end I didn’t have any idea on what I’m doing. I’d like to separate two thoughts you strung together about the value of online forums and some of the questions on finds on them.

Hopefully your future experience with our tech support will be just as good as with the software itself.


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Pointwise 2D airfoil C-grid. But that’s a topic for another day. Hallo Friends I need a help regarding the Gridgen meshing of Airfoil March 10, I think John is a “helpful” at the moment I can’t think of a good word. It is true that my personal experience is that many unquantified posts on forums are from people using unlicensed products. May 5, Perhaps it’s time for Pointwise to have it’s own section in the forums?

Pointwise 2D airfoil C-grid

Originally Posted by Martin Tuttorial If you’ve got a legitimate license, which I hope you do, just give them a call. I’ve gone through two meshing softwares, none of them comes close in the way of pre-processing time. All times are GMT March 13, Of course, don’t hesitate to contact us at support pointwise. I personally think it is clear that there are differences between how students and professionals communicate.

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August 22, CFD vendors do not believe that online forums are an appropriate venue for helping people since they feel a lot of questions come for individuals who are not entitled to support. June 28, You probably did not realize you walked into something more than you thought you were by your question. March 11, Granted, there may be a time limit on the amount of support a license entitles one too.

Got a mate teaching me how to do 2D meshing yesterday, played around a bit later on and today he got me teaching him how to do basic volume mesh Really friendly UI! I also believe the general internet does have an “old west” character.


There is also more, but I won’t get into that here. May 20, Your time is valuable.

So yeah if anyone knows if there’s any Pointwise tutorial out there on airfoil C grids please point me in the right direction, or better yet, guide me on buliding this C grid topology in Pointwise Cheers! I was going to call him “good” but that’s sort of general and I can’t figure out an equation for it, anyway Well, there is a long reply to your post that you tutoeial not have expected!

I tutorisl your sentiment, and apologies for my retorting like that.

Stacking airfoil grids to make wing grid. BB code is On.

I’ve only used Pointwise for a couple days now so pretty much a greenhorn to Pointwise and CFD tutoriwl and I can safely say for the case I’m working on, it gives me quick convergence, easy to use and highly automated. Pointwise Structed Grid Question. Originally Posted by Martin Hegedus. Originally Posted by azmirul Martin: