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High Fidelity Hex Mesh Generation for Non-Trivial Geometries

May 28, 2020

11:30 AM (IST)




In this webinar, we will explore how the interactive geometry and mesh generation capabilities of Ansys SpaceClaim meshing help to generate structured hexahedral mesh for non-trivial geometries. With its seamless connectivity to Ansys Mechanical and Ansys Fluent, you can reduce the turnaround time for simulations considerably. Hex meshes have better "numerical" efficiency as well as a "computational" efficiency factor.

Topics include:

  • Using blocking techniques to eliminate defeaturing of the geometry to a large extent
  • Autoblocking options to get quick hex mesh generation
  • Targeted capabilities to generate a detailed mesh
  • Advanced and powerful capabilities to automate repetitive mesh generation tasks


  • Hex mesh helps in improving productivity as it gives faster convergence with accurate results.
  • It is easy to control the spacing, inflation ratio and the geometric parameters and to align the normal face elements to the flow lines.
  • Critical features of the geometry can be captured with hex mesh precisely with inflated shapes.
  • Using hex mesh, the total cell count can be kept low without compromising the quality of results.

High-fidelity hex mesh


Sushilkumar Sonar

Sushilkumar Sonar

Sushilkumar has worked as a technology specialist in pre-processing for the last nine years at Ansys, developing his expertise in complex geometry handling for cleanup and mesh generation. He is working with some major customers across India to develop and implement best practices for pre-processing. Over the years, Sushil has gained expertise in complex geometry meshing using tools like Ansys Fluent Meshing. He also has good competence in handling all Ansys pre-processing products, including Ansys Space Claim, Ansys Design Modeler, Ansys Meshing, Ansys Fluent Meshing and ICEMCFD. He is working closely with the global product development team as well as clients to add tool enhancements to respective pre-processing products. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and has previous experience in water and wastewater-treatment-related CFD analysis.

Who Should Attend:

  • Advanced users who spend a significant amount of time on generating detailed mesh for geometries
  • CAE engineers and managers
  • CFD engineers and managers

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