Azore-Pointwise Integrated Workflow for Efficient CFD Simulation 
Practical CFD that You Can Trust
Robert Mudry, President

Livonia, Michigan, March 2, 2021 - Azore Software, provider of practical CFD that you can trust, is proud to announce the release of the latest version of their flagship simulation package AzoreCFD®. A key addition to version 3.208 of AzoreCFD is a native interface with the Pointwise® meshing software. This allows AzoreCFD users to effortlessly import CFD meshes created in Pointwise.

The new functionality for the mesh import to AzoreCFD is based on collaborative development with Pointwise, Inc. personnel and their plugin SDK.  The latest version of Pointwise, V18.4 R3, includes the AzoreCFD plugin, allowing immediate export of the mesh to an AzoreCFD format.

“AzoreCFD continues its software development with a focus on accurate simulations for a wide range of flow and heat transfer applications,” said Robert Mudry, Azore Software’s President.  “We are proud to team up with Pointwise to make the CFD workflow more seamless.  The new AzoreCFD plugin for the Pointwise meshing software will provide users an easy path to import high-quality meshes into the AzoreCFD solver for quick, trustworthy results.”

AzoreCFD is offering free 30-day trials with their Basic and Advanced packages and low-cost monthly subscriptions that allow organizations to meet their flow simulation requirements in an affordable and efficient way. Customers can download their preferred subscription plan at

Pointwise, Inc. is solving the top problem facing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) today - reliability generating high-fidelity meshes. The company's Pointwise software generates structured, unstructured, overset and hybrid meshes that interface with a range of solvers including AzoreCFD®. Manufacturing firms and research organizations worldwide have relied on Pointwise as their complete CFD preprocessing solution since 1994.

About Azore Software
Azore Software, LLC, provider of practical CFD that you can trust, is headquartered in Livonia, Michigan. AzoreCFD answers both the technical and software licensing challenges that many flow and heat transfer analysts face today. First released for industrial use in 2007, today Azore CFD software is applied across a broad range of industries including HVAC, manufacturing and energy.