Caedium v1.2 Released for Linux and Windows
We are pleased to announce our latest Caedium release (v1.2) now supports Linux as well as Windows. Caedium is a unified simulation environment which can be extended using add-ons, such as our Professional add-on, into a complete Computer-Aided Engineering system for fluid flow analysis.
As well as supporting Linux, the latest release of Caedium and its add-ons includes a number of new enhancements, outlined below.
Arrange multiple geometry views alongside multiple plots with our new multi-pane window layout manager by simply dragging and dropping windows within the main Caedium workspace area.
Create real-time, color 3D stereoscopic images for red-cyan glasses.
Create primitive shapes, such as spheres, at multiple geometry centers using a single drag and drop operation.
Align multiple geometry entities with reference to a geometry center using our new translation alignment tool.
Create avi movies from a sequence of time-dependent geometry views or plots using our new movie recorder.
Use our enhanced geometry accuracy feature to control the simulation resolution on unconnected geometry within a simulation (e.g., on an airfoil surface).
The entire set of Caedium add-ons, including these new enhancements, is available in our Professional add-on.
Our software is available to download and install directly from our website. We offer free 30-day trials and affordable subscriptions for Caedium add-ons.