An advanced, hybrid unstructured CFD/FEA grid generator that meshes geometries of arbitrary complexity and size, delivering significant CAPABILITY, PRODUCTIVITY and COST BENEFITS.
BOXERMesh is fully parallelised, highly scalable software with an absolute focus on EASE-OF-USE, RELIABILITY and SPEED. Key features include the avoidance of CAD repair through robustness to imperfections and the assurance of a reliable and predictable process that delivers ready-to-run meshes.
|Multi-domain mesh and simulation of a complete turbocharger
Key Features :
Graphical User Interface: The GUI provides powerful yet easy to use funtionality to allow users to import, specify and create quality meshes. The GUI is built using HOOPS libraries from Techsoft 3D (www.hoops3d.com).
Prismatic near wall layers: high-quality layering is a major feature of BOXERMesh, allowing viscous flow resolution down to y+ levels of 1 or lower. Uniquely, near-wall layer extrusion is implemented as a fully parallel process.
Multi-region meshes: the meshing of different regions within a geometry is a standard capability. The interface between regions are conformal (node and face matched), and support viscous near-wall layers.
Refinement: built-in refinement tools based on curvature, surface or volume enable the user to tailor the mesh carefully to each application. Additional options include the ability to specify refinement on shells and volumes imported from CAD or CFD solutions.
Parallel Distributed Memory: BOXERMesh is a true parallel application using distributed data structures and MPI-based distributed processing. The software runs efficiently on a wide range of platforms, from laptops to HPC clusters, to the Cloud.
Scalability and pricing: distributed memory parallel processing gives BOXERMesh exceptional scalability, offering users very significant speed-ups over a large range of parallel processes. The simple, flat pricing structure allows users to run as many processors as they require.
Scripting: Journal files allow BOXERMesh to be run in batch, or as part of an automated process. These files are easily generated either through the GUI or through manual editing.
Cartesian and Cylindrical Polar Coordinate Systems: both systems support node and face matched periodic mesh boundaries.