TwinMesh automatically generates high quality hexahedral grids for the moving parts of rotary positive displacement machines.
TwinMesh is complementary to ANSYS CFD. It allows for reliable CFD analysis of pd machines using all physics available in this leading CFD software package.
TwinMesh provides an automated workflow for structured mesh generation and CFD analysis setup of rotary positive displacement machines.
TwinMesh delivers high resolution and high quality numerical grids, avoids interpolation errors and allows the usage of the full range of physics available in ANSYS CFD.
Structured grids made with TwinMesh allow for reasonable transient CFD model size while ensuring maximum numerical quality.
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TwinMesh is available for these PD Machines
High Quality Numerical Grids
And Less Gap Size is Possible
Of Rotary PD Machines Available
Reliable and Amazing Results
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Direct Export to ANSYS CFD
TwinMesh is fully optimized for CFD analysis using leading ANSYS CFD software. It exports mesh data in ANSYS CFD format and ready-to-run input files for ANSYS CFD.
Built on Years of ANSYS Expertise
TwinMesh is developed by CFD experts from CFX Berlin Software GmbH, a certified ANSYS Channel Partner from Germany for almost twenty years now.
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kontruktionspraxis published an article about TwinMesh™ 2023. konstruktionspraxis is the leading trade journal for developers and designers in mechanical, apparatus and vehicle engineering, electrical engineering and other metal and plastics processing industries.
We are pleased to announce the new release of TwinMesh™ 2023. We added many new features like adding deformation to the rotors and the casing. This gives you an even more realistic flow behaviour inside the machine. Read further for getting information about enhancements and new features in TwinMesh™ 2023.
We participated in this year’s International Conference on Screw Machines and had a really good time. From September 7th to 8th experts from academic research and industry gathered in Dortmund to present and discuss the latest developments in screw compressor technologies.