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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July 2016: Full Circle With Wacky CFD

Have you ever stopped to think how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) makes CFD possible? Or have you wondered how easy it is to assess wacky designs with CFD? If you answer in the affirmative to either of these questions then this newsletter will be a direct hit.

CFD Simulation of an Unusual Drone DesignCFD Simulation of an Unusual Drone Design

Go Full Circle With CFD

There is a certain circular symmetry to the process by which you can perform Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations on a computer, which is also due in part to CFD.

CFD Performed for a Dust CollectorCFD Performed for a Dust Collector

June 2016: CFD Skills and 3D Printing

This month we have a couple of diverse Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) topics for your reading list. Did you know that CFD skills are a hot ticket for many startups? Read more about how CFD is a modern day pick and shovel skill. Also, are you looking for tips on CFD simulation creation? Find out how model preparation for 3D printing can aid your CFD.

CFD Simulation ResultsAirflow CFD Simulation Around the Smithsonian Air and Space MuseumWatertight non-manifold SketchUp model for 3D printing

CFD Benefits From 3D Printing

It turns out that preparing geometry models for 3D printing has a lot of similarities with preparing geometry for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). Both require watertight non-manifold geometry, otherwise your model will plunge your 3D printer or your CFD software into chaos.

Airflow CFD Simulation Around the Smithsonian Air and Space MuseumAirflow CFD Simulation Around the Smithsonian Air and Space MuseumStreamlines

May 2016: See Your CFD Clearly Now

Make way for the hidden Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) secrets special edition newsletter. With this collection of helpful articles you will be exploring the inner reaches of your CFD results in no time.

CFD Simulation of Airflow Around a CarCFD Simulation of Airflow Around a CarVelocity vectors on symmetry plane

Cutting Planes Reveal Yet More Hidden CFD Secrets

Yet another way to reveal the hidden secrets of your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation is to create a face, usually a plane and often referred to as a cutting plane, to serve as a target for interpolated results.

HVAC CFD Simulation of a RoomHVAC CFD Simulation of a RoomVelocity vectors on two cutting planes

Clipping Planes Reveal Even More Hidden CFD Secrets

Clipping planes are another tool to reveal hidden regions of your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) results.

CFD Simulation of an Air MultiplierCFD Simulation of an Air MultiplierVelocity iso-surfaces after using XYZ-clipping planes

Symmetry Reveals More Hidden CFD Secrets

Following on from "Transparency Reveals Hidden CFD Secrets," using symmetry is another way to reveal the hidden secrets of your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations.

CFD Simulation of Airflow Around a CarCFD Simulation of Airflow Around a CarVelocity contours on symmetry plane

April 2016: See the Invisible

The theme for this month's newsletter is seeing the invisible. Whether you want to better see your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) results, or you want to see the airflow around your vehicle in full technicolor, then this is the newsletter for you. OK, the vehicle thing, with Colorful Fluid Dynamic Paint was an April Fools' joke, but you already knew that, right?

Transparent Streamlines Reveal Otherwise Hidden GeometryTransparent Streamlines Reveal Otherwise Hidden Geometry

Transparency Reveals Hidden CFD Secrets

Do you find that visual elements in your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations sometimes obscure the areas where you would like to see your results? If so, then let transparency reveal the hidden secrets within your results.

CFD Simulation Results Revealed by TransparencyCFD Simulation Results Revealed by Transparency

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