While preparing 2D simulations, the automatic mesh generation tool cfMesh saved us a lot of time and effort by giving us the possibilty to generate high-quality meshes for hundreds of various airfoil configuration in just a few clicks.
From our experience, cfFLOW, being a GUI driven tool makes the learning process much easier for students that have no experience with OpenFOAM and are not familiar with terminal (no GUI) environments. cfFLOW proved to be an easy to use and robust tool for preparation and execution of CFD simulations within the OpenFOAM framework.
You guys are the norse gods of meshing! Congratulations on your product.
Just tried today for the first time -> from .stl to final mesh in 2 hours. Keep up the good work!
Thank you for this very nice meshing tool! It’s really very robust and easy to use.
@CfieldsHR, been playing with cfMesh all day – great stuff!
cfMesh is really a very good meshing tool. I have been working with that since its first release and done very good quality meshes with it.
cfMesh has been very easy to use. It requires only a few entries in the meshDict leaving plenty time to play with htem. It also seems a little faster than SHM, specially when there is a good surface mesh present.
I just heard about cfMesh from Creative Fields, and I have to say that it is very impressive. It is an opensource octree algorithm and right now all the meshes that I could never figure out with other meshers could be meshed with cfMesh at first try. I’ve been increasing boundary layer to 25+ layers. Almost too good to be true!
First of all thank you Franjo for this amazing tool. It seems it is going to replace other meshers in my daily job…Your tool preserves the shape of the stl geometry in an amazing manner, I have not seen something similar in GNU software using hexahedral dominant meshes so congratulations for this. Thanks everyone and congratulations again for contributing with such an amazing tool like cfMesh to the open source community.
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