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April 2010

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.

Caedium Open Wheel Race Car CFD SimulationCaedium Open Wheel Race Car CFD Simulation

March 2010

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.

Caedium on the MacCaedium on the Mac

February 2010

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.

January 2010

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.

AIAA ASM 2010 SlideAIAA ASM 2010 First Slide

December 2009

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.

November 2009

The wait is finally over - we've released the new Caedium RANS Flow add-on along with the latest version of Caedium (v2.0) for Windows and Linux. In honor of the new release we thought it only fitting that we move up the posting of the November newsletter too - the fact is we couldn't keep quiet about it any longer! In support of the new Caedium RANS Flow add-on we've also added 3 new tutorials. Keen to know more? Keep reading.

Caedium RANS Flow CFD Cyclone SimulationCaedium RANS Flow CFD Cyclone Simulation

October 2009

You know the routine - I'll say "The new Caedium (v2) release is looking good with the Caedium RANS Flow add-on being the star attraction," then you'll say "Great, but when will we be able to get our hands on it?" Well the wait is almost over - find out more below, including a special price-busting offer. Also we've updated our OpenFOAM Windows patch, and added a couple of new tutorials and blog posts.

September 2009

In this month's newsletter you'll find the latest news of our Caedium RANS Flow add-on development, background on our new newsletter email delivery system and, of course, the latest blog posts since our previous newsletter.

Complex Water Flow SimulationComplex Water Flow Simulation

August 2009

Ready for another Caedium RANS Flow add-on progress report? Well here you go - read on for my monthly report on the highly anticipated next Caedium release. Also I'm back on schedule with my blog posts, adding one a week.

Tetrahedral Volume MeshTetrahedral Volume Mesh

July 2009

Another month, another progress report on our Caedium RANS Flow add-on. I know - it's taking longer than I anticipated, but it will be worth the wait. Also this month I've posted a new poll, created a Symscape Facebook page and added 3 new blog posts.

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