Pointwise User Group Meeting 2018

Pointwise User Group Meeting 2018
CFD Gallery

At the CFD Gallery you can meet face-to-face with CAE software developers to learn more about their products and services. If you are already using their software they can give you immediate help with any questions you have.

Wednesday, 14 November

6:30-8 p.m.
Welcome Reception

Thursday, 15 November

8-8:30 a.m.
Registration
9:45-10:15 a.m.
Morning Breaks
2:30-3:30 p.m.
CFD Gallery

Exhibitors

ENGYS | Optimal Solutions


ENGYS will be exhibiting at the Pointwise User Group Meeting 2018

ENGYS develops, supports, and delivers best-in-class CAE software solutions based on proven open-source technologies, offering a variety of expert engineering simulation products and services focused around the OPENFOAM® library for CFD and DAKOTA for MDO. ENGYS' personnel have been involved with FOAM and OPENFOAM® since 1999, providing unparalleled knowledge and experience in the development and support of this platform to create and deliver our own comprehensive range of professional open-source based CFD products, featuring HELYX®, HELYX-OS, HELYX® Add-Ons, and ELEMENTS. The company operates globally through a network of offices in the UK, Germany, Italy, USA, and Australia, with local distributors in several countries worldwide. For further details about ENGYS' products and services or to learn how to become a local distributor, please visit http://engys.com or email info@engys.com.


Optimal Solutions will be exhibiting at the Pointwise User Group Meeting 2018

Optimal Solutions’ flagship product Sculptor provides innovative and proprietary technology, Arbitrary Shape Deformation (ASD), so engineers can deliver improved/optimized designs for many applications in less time than using traditional methods. Sculptor gives the engineer the tools to morph CAD, FEA, multi-physics CAE, CFD, (most all file formats) or other geometric numerical models to find those small subtle changes that create substantial improvements in design performance. ASD allows the user to define shape change variables to create the desired deformations in specific regions of the engineer’s model, where traditional CAD parameters fail. Sculptor has an internal Optimization Control Center (OCC) or it can be linked to most all of the commercial and governmental optimization codes to fully automate the analysis/optimization process and increase the value of codes already in house. Designs of Experiments with Surface Response Methodology with graphics can be used to quickly explore and visualize the design space. Multiple Disciplinary Analysis and Optimization (MDAO), fluid structure interaction (FSI), Shape Matching, or applying the deformations on the original CAD models (Back2CAD) are just a few of the areas where Sculptor has been used by many of the world’s leading aerospace, automotive, turbomachinery, motorsports, chemical reactions, electromagnetics, and research institutions to bring more power and speed to their engineering design teams. Many of Optimal Solution’s customers are aerospace/aircraft manufacturers such as Gulfstream, Cessna, Lockheed Martin, Airbus, and Pratt & Whitney. Some of its motorsports customers are Mercedes Formula One, Williams Formula One, Harley Davidson, and others. Automotive customers include Toyota, Honda, Ford, Cummins, Chrysler, and others.

User Group Meeting

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Agenda

Call for Papers

Training Courses

Exhibitors

CFD Gallery

Hotel and Travel

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