Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is widely applicable across many industries and applications. For example, check out this month's series of blog posts that cover the aerodynamics of an airliner, the wind erosion of the Great Sphinx at Giza, and the multiphase simulation of a combined pitot tube and manometer - each is highlighted by a Caedium Professional CFD simulation.
Caedium CFD Simulation of an AirlinerStreamlines colored by velocity magnitude
This month I have a special feature newsletter for you that gathers together all the recent wind tunnel Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) blog posts, including a new two part series which compares a virtual wind tunnel with free air for an open wheel racecar. The Caedium Professional simulations show that even though the Reynolds number is different between the wind tunnel and a full size simulation, the results can still be useful in guiding the aerodynamic design of a racecar.
CFD Simulation of a Racecar in a Wind TunnelStreamlines, vectors, and velocity magnitude contours
Another new Caedium release and some interesting Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) applications - all in a month? That's right! You'll find a couple of new Caedium features that we couldn't hold back and a series of blog posts covering a virtual wind tunnel, a quadcopter, and 3D printing.
Airflow Through the Virtual Wind Tunnel FanStreamlines colored by velocity magnitude
I hope you've had time to try the new Caedium v5 release announced last month. To help your transition to v5 we have updated all the Caedium tutorials and related documentation. With a new release there's no time like the present to put it through its paces - which is exactly what you'll find in this selection of blog posts.
Caedium v5.0 is ready and waiting for your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) pleasure. The highlight of this release is Python scripting to automate your CFD simulations. To celebrate the release, enjoy this special edition newsletter that collects together the official announcement and all the sneak peeks of the new features available in Caedium v5.0.
Caedium v5.0 with Python ScriptingAutomated CFD simulations for parameterized pipe radius
We are still posting sneak peeks of the next release of Caedium, which can only mean one thing - we are rapidly approaching its release date. This month we can share a sneak peek at the enhanced Accuracy tool. Also, it being April, I can share the details of this year's Symscape April Fools' Day prank, though I'm sure you weren't fooled. Finally catch up with the latest news on the GPU acceleration available in Caedium that I presented at the recent GPU Technology Conference.
Enhanced Caedium Accuracy ToolMax size applied to Ahmed Body
The big news in Symscape-land is the new ribbon GUI that will be making its debut in the next release of the Caedium CFD software system - check out the picture below. As a follow up to last month's announcement of the new polyhedral mesh conversion option coming soon to Caedium, find out how polyhedral elements perform relative to tetrahedral and hexahedral elements. Then for easy reading you have my latest blog post.
Clearly it's time we revealed what you can look forward to in the next release of the Caedium CFD software system. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and read all about the new polyhedral (dual) mesh feature in Caedium v5 that will save you time and increase the accuracy of your results. Still have a free moment? Then enjoy my latest blog posts.
I hope you've had a great start to 2013. What can you look forward to in 2013 from Symscape? Just the usual - exciting new CFD productivity enhancements in Caedium, great support services, expanded documentation, and an eclectic selection of fluid-themed blog posts. Start now with an update on Windows 8 compatibility and my latest blog posts