CONVERGE’s autonomous meshing capabilities ensure that you can be entirely hands-off when it comes to meshing—CONVERGE will automatically create the mesh at runtime, dynamically adapt it throughout the simulation, and invoke Adaptive Mesh Refinement to maximize both accuracy and computational efficiency. Sometimes, however, you may want your simulation to include a non-Cartesian local mesh (for example, along the boundary of an airfoil or around a spray cone), and CONVERGE’s inlaid meshing feature gives you this option. In this training you will learn how to set up a case that contains a non-Cartesian boundary layer or a spray-aligned conical mesh. *This session includes hands-on CONVERGE Studio practice.
Introduction to CONVERGE (or equivalent introductory CONVERGE training course)