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mesh together

to fit together. Their interests and personalities mesh together perfectly. Their ideas don't mesh together too well.
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mesh with something

to fit with something. Your idea just doesn't mesh with my plans. Currently, your proposed project doesn't mesh at all well with our long-range planning.
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mesh

n. a crosshatch or octothorpe, #. (see also pigpen.) What does the mesh stand for in this equation?
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We will work closely with the ABAQUS development team to ensure that the meshing technologies embedded in the company's products remain at the industry forefront.
In addition to meshing components, Distene provides scientific and engineering visualization solutions based on CEI's EnSight, which the company distributes and supports in Southern Europe.
The new Superdraw 3-D sketching and meshing tools allow engineers to easily construct and modify 2- and 3-D sketches using CAD-like options including point move, split, intersect, fillet, trim, extend, rotate, scale, move, mirror and parallel offset.
We are confident that our HexCore capability is not only the most advanced but also is exceedingly stable," says Eklund, and he continues, "We will continue to deliver more and more of these advanced meshing technologies to our users, so they can increase their productivity in this critical step of the CFD simulation process.
1, the latest version of its FEA software that features new visualization and presentation options, improved contact for Mechanical Event Simulation (MES), meshing enhancements and other changes based on customer feedback.
Recent enhancements to the mesh generation and new diagnostic options help make ALGOR's meshing tools even better.
improved surface meshing to better handle narrow surfaces,
said, "We've seen a 10 percent time savings for importing and meshing files using MDL 4.
It also includes a new, hybrid volume meshing approach (HexCore) based on adaptive Cartesian technology.
It can then be meshed with a combination of GAMBIT's advanced Cartesian and Hexahedral meshing technologies, resulting in optimal mesh quality at minimal cell count.