An integrated, pipelined flow subsumes the runtimes associated with downstream fracture processing to the maximum possible capability of the computing resources. The integration is achieved by using a task-based pipeline that produces and consumes data without intermediate file exchange. It allows for in-memory processing which eliminates intermediate disk I/O operations, thereby making room for optimizations. This paper presents a comprehensive study of an integrated curvilinear MPC (CLMPC) + IMS Multibeam Fracture (MBMW) flow and demonstrates the runtime benefit with minimal impact on accuracy and file size over a conventional sequential flow. We explore and demonstrate the runtime advantage from pipelining on a set of representative curvilinear/rectilinear designs by comparing sequential vs. pipelined execution of curvilinear MPC (CLMPC) and curvilinear fracture. A set of 11 designs are investigated to illustrate a substantial reduction in runtime while maintaining high-quality results.