Computational Fluid Dynamics Software

Save money and time performing fluid flow and heat transfer simulations with Caedium - an affordable priced, easy-to-use, all-in-one Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software system.

Caedium Professional

Caedium Professional combines the entire Caedium add-on collection for a complete, affordable and easy-to-use Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software system.

Caedium RANS Flow

Caedium RANS Flow simulates realistic (viscous) gas (e.g., air) and liquid (e.g., water) flow with heat transfer using state-of-the-art Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software.

Caedium Panel Flow

Caedium Panel Flow simulates idealized gas (e.g. air) or liquid (e.g. water) flow around streamlined bodies and through simple ducts.

Caedium Builder

Caedium Builder allows you to quickly and easily create 2D or 3D models that represent your designs.

Caedium Transient

Caedium Transient enables you to take your design analysis a step further by exploring time-dependent simulations and results.

Caedium Transient add-on

Caedium Exchange

Caedium Exchange uses widely supported STEP, IGES and faceted file formats for you to share geometry with other people and other programs.

Caedium Viz Export

Add an extra dimension to your 3D results. Caedium Viz Export makes it easy to export your 3D results to high resolution, high quality renderers and other visualization systems.

Caedium

Caedium (formerly SymLab) and its add-ons combine to form an easy-to-use Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software system to help you assess the performance of your 3D models.

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Perfect Gifts for CFDers

Having previously determined how Santa makes his deliveries using a Reality Distortion Field, now we have also figured out how he selects the perfect gifts for each and every CFDer.

Intuition and Fluid Dynamics

Some fluid dynamics is intuitive, e.g., the water flow along a pipe, where what goes in one end comes out the other. However, most applications no matter how simple are anything but intuitive, e.g., the drag of a ball moving through air.

CFD Simulation of Flow Around a SphereCFD Simulation of Flow Around a SphereHighly sensitive to Reynolds Number

Turbulence Model Selection

Most Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software provides an array of turbulence models. Knowing which model to select is not always an easy decision given trade offs between accuracy and computing requirements.

Turbulent Air Flow Behind a TruckTurbulent Air Flow Behind a TruckGeometry courtesy of Nectar Design

November 2016: Fluid News Roundup

Make way for a general fluid news roundup this month with Formula 1, hydraulic capsule pipelines, and fish farming sea cages. This is probably the first time those three topics have appeared together, so savor the moment as it is unlikely to occur again.

F-Duct Racecar: McLaren 2010 MP4-25License: CC BY 2.0, Andrew Griffith

October 2016: Even More Amazing CFD

More amazing Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for you this month with a step beyond 2D to 3D maze solving. Also brush up on using symmetry to save yourself time and your computer memory for your next CFD study.

3D Maze Surface Mesh3D Maze Surface Mesh

Symmetry for CFD to the Rescue

Symmetry is a simple but powerful concept that you can use to speed up your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations and reduce your memory requirements. Join me in an exploration of a simple symmetry case.

CFD Simulation of a Symmetric Quarter ModelCFD Simulation of a Symmetric Quarter ModelVelocity vectors

Amazing 3D Maze Solved by CFD

If you were amazed at the 2D maze solving ability of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) then you had better sit down and prepare to be even more amazed at CFD's 3D maze solving.

CFD 3D Maze SimulationCFD 3D Maze SimulationVelocity vectors

September 2016: Amazing CFD

Let us start this month's news with something amazing, did you know that Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) can solve mazes? Read all about it in the Amazing CFD article. Also for your reading pleasure we have advice on how to squeeze that final 20% performance out of your design and why you should never settle for facets as the basis for your geometry.

CFD Maze SimulationCFD Maze SimulationVelocity magnitude iso-surfaces

Amazing CFD

You already know that Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is great at solving fluid dynamics problems, but did you also know it is able to literally solve mazes too? Prepare to be a-maze-d.

CFD Maze SimulationCFD Maze SimulationVelocity vectors

In Search of The Remaining 20 in The Pareto 80-20 Rule

Pareto analysis usually reveals a golden 80-20 rule for squeezing performance out of things. In other words - it means the majority of the performance (80%) is typically governed by a minority (20%) of factors. Pareto analysis applies equally across many disciplines from sports (marginal gains anyone?) to product design.

Reducing Pressure Loss Through a BendReducing Pressure Loss Through a BendCFD turning vane study

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