The dual themes of this month's newsletter are updates and videos. You'll find updates from OpenFOAM®1 1.6.x to 1.7.x for both Caedium and our OpenFOAM for Windows source code patch. And you'll find videos related to Caedium on our new YouTube channel. Also I have a new blog post on something close to all of our hearts - CFD pricing.
Phew, what a month! We have just released a new version of Caedium that is capable of performing both faster and larger CFD simulations than ever before. We've updated all our RANS Flow tutorials to reflect more robust default solver settings, and we've added some new tips to help you simulate faster and better than ever. All that's left for me to do now is get out of your way and let you enjoy it.
Big news this month is a new release of our free Windows patch for OpenFOAM® with 64-bit and parallel capabilities. This is a precursor to providing the same capabilities in the Caedium RANS Flow and Professional add-ons (see sneak peek screenshot), but that's likely next month's lead story. Also check out the latest developments in our our website infrastructure and a blog article with a geeky theme.
Sneak Peek: Caedium on Windows HPC Server 2008 (Cluster)
This month I've been working hard on the next release of Caedium - all I can say at the moment is that soon you'll be able to run larger simulations faster...stay tuned for updates. In other news, I've launched a new poll and I've wrapped up the CFD novice-to-expert blog series - keep reading for more details.
Not sure whether you want to commit to a full year Caedium Professional subscription after your 30-day free trial ends? Well you’ll be pleased to know that now you have the option to purchase per month and per quarter Caedium add-on subscriptions. Ever wondered what it takes to become a CFD expert? Then have I got a series of blog posts for you. Keep reading and all will be revealed.
Hope you can keep up with this month's high-octane newsletter - prepare for a thrilling race car theme. You'll find new examples of complex Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations over different types of race cars, and discover how Symscape helped an Australian team win a national F1 in Schools championship. Also there is more coverage of our recent Caedium for the Mac release, and some light relief in our April Fools' Day story about Caedium on the iPad.
The big news this month is the release of Caedium on the Mac. This latest release has enhancements and bug fixes for the Windows and Linux versions of Caedium too, so there's something for everyone. Anyone following the F1 in Schools CO2 dragster story from last month will be interested in a follow up comparison of a new CFD simulation for a revised dragster design. Finally, as one poll closes a new one awaits.
We are back in full flight this month after last month's Florida trip - nothing like a New Hampshire winter to help you focus on work just to keep warm! For all those Apple fans out there - read about our progress towards a native Mac OS X version of Caedium. Also check out our Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation of an F1 in Schools CO2 jet-powered dragster. And if that isn't enough, there's always the latest blog posts.
It seems like a short month, given the holiday season and my trip to Florida to present at the AIAA ASM conference. However, I did manage to jump back on the blog wagon with three posts this month. Read on for my trip report and my blog teasers.
It's been a blockbuster month full of action here since the big release last month. The headline news is that we renamed SymLab to Caedium - if you want to find out why and catch up with other developments, then keep reading.