ANSYS TurboGrid provides turbomachinery designers and analysts with mesh creation tailored specifically to the needs of bladed geometries. It creates high-quality hexahedral meshes that are tuned to the demands of fluid dynamics analysis in rotating machinery.

ANSYS TurboGrid imports geometry definitions from blade design software like ANSYS BladeModeler. In a modern graphical user interface, selected topologies are adjusted to the specifics of a particular blade design. The integrated grid topologies ensure an optimal mesh can be created, with minimal user input required. The same topology is then automatically adapted to variants of a design, ensuring a consistent mesh is produced. Such self-consistent meshes are critical when assessing differences in performance predictions between designs, to minimize the mesh dependency in any such comparisons. ANSYS TurboGrid also includes full scripting for batch mode operation, to maximize productivity when assessing many variants to optimize blade geometries.

Using ANSYS TurboGrid within the ANSYS Workbench platform also allows users to set up complete turbomachinery analyses, from geometry design to meshing, with persistent system-wide parameter management to automate entire standardized processes.

ANSYS TurboGrid: high quality mesh for high quality CFD.


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Fully Automatic Topology and Meshing
Unprecedented levels of automation without compromising quality

Tailored for Turbomachinery
Meshing specifically designed for rotating machinery

Automated Tip Clearance Meshing
Easily include gaps at blade tips

Rapid Mesh Quality Feedback
Immediate visual display of key mesh attributes


Technical Seminar/Hands-On Events
Ozen Engineering Inc. holds ANSYS Technical Seminars and Hands-On every month. To see the event schedule or register for an upcoming event, please go to our Technical Seminar page.

Ozen Engineering Inc. offers classes taught by Ozen Engineering experts who have extensive ANSYS application experience as well as FEA and CFD computer-aided engineering expertise. To see our ANSYS training schedule, please go to our Training page.