[29-30 Sep 2014] Pointwise and the SU2 team at Stanford University hosted a joint workshop that walked attendees through the end-to-end CFD process using Pointwise and Stanford's open source CFD code, SU2. Sessions included the basics of both Pointwise and SU2 and how they can be used in concert to tackle aerodynamic shape design problems. The workshop also covered the following advanced topics:
|Description||Format||File Name||File Size [MB]|
|Initial geometry for the Extra 300||PW||Extra300-DirtyGeometry.pw||6|
|Completed mesh for the Extra 300||Pointwise Project||Extra300-Turbulent-Re500k-U45mph.pw||345.3|
|NACA 0012 geometry||Pointwise Project||naca0012-geometry.pw||0.2|
|NACA 0012 O-Grid assembed for a laminar flow calculation||Pointwise Project||naca0012-ogrid-laminar-Re1000.pw||0.6|
|NACA 0012 O-Grid assembed for a turbulent flow calculation||Pointwise Project||naca0012-ogrid-turbulent-Re1mil.pw||0.7|
|NACA 0012 C-Grid assembled for a laminar flow calculation||Pointwise Project||naca0012-cgrid-laminar-Re1000.pw||1.5|
|NACA 0012 C-Grid assembled for a turbulent flow calculation||Pointwise Project||naca0012-cgrid-turbulent-Re1mil.pw||6.1|
|NASA 30P30N multi-element airfoil geometry||Pointwise Project||nasa30p30n-geometry.pw||0.2|
|Hybrid mesh for the NASA 30P30N multi-element airfoil||Pointwise Project||nasa30p30n-hybrid-turbulent-Re9mil.pw||4.5|
SU2-Pointwise Joint Workshop is now available on YouTube.
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