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October 2011

The wait is over. Caedium v3.0 is complete and eager to take your CFD simulations to the max. We have leaked a steady stream of Caedium v3.0 sneak peeks in recent newsletters, but now it's here I can summarize the release in three phrases – hybrid CFD modeling, cloud computing and a whole lot more. We've also added three new tips to help you with the new features. So read up on what to expect and then satisfy your inner CFD geek with Caedium v3.0.

Caedium CFD Simulation of Hybrid GeometryCaedium CFD Simulation of Hybrid GeometryRooftop solar panels on a building from SketchUp

September 2011

Are you interested in the preparations for the next release of Caedium (v3)? If so, then you'll be pleased to read about the update to our free Windows source code patch for the latest version of OpenFOAM® (v2.0.x). Also we have news on the new release of our free GPU linear solver library, ofgpu (v0.2) for OpenFOAM v2.0.x. And, as always, keep reading for my latest blog posts.

Caedium Using OpenFOAM 2.0.xCaedium Using OpenFOAM 2.0.xCFD simulation around the Tokyo International Exhibition Center (Big Sight)

August 2011

As we enter the testing phase for the next release of Caedium (v3), this month we can share the new kind of simulation process that will be possible. Also you can catch up with a new RANS Flow example from a customer and a steady stream of new blog posts.

gfs-uavUAV Caedium CFD Simulation: Geometry from Google SketchUp

July 2011

The next release of Caedium (v3) is progressing well, and we are almost at the feature freeze point. This month we have a sneak peek of our new double-sided face modeling capability. In other news we were thrilled to be recognized by Microsoft in their Partner of the Year awards. And to round out this monthly update we have a varied selection of new blog posts.

Turning VanesTurning Vanes Represented as Double-Sided Faces

June 2011

Hope you are ready for another sneak peek at the next Caedium (v3) release - this time with help from Microsoft. Also in this month's newsletter you'll find summaries of my latest blog posts.

Multiple Caedium CFD Simulations Bursting to AzureMultiple Caedium CFD Simulations Bursting to Azure

May 2011

This month we continue our sneak peek of the next Caedium (v3) release. In other news, we have released a new, free GPL library for OpenFOAM®, posted a new tutorial, and added a couple of new blog posts.

Info Tool ReportSneak Peek of an Info Tool Report in Caedium v3

April 2011

Ready for another sneak peek at the next Caedium (V3) release? Great, then you have come to the right place. Have you seen our new CFD Emporium and wonder what it is all about? Doubly great, you are still in the right place! Also I have the usual teasers from my recent blog posts, including a special April Fools' post - were you fooled?

COLLADA Import Sneak PeekCaedium COLLADA Import Sneak Peek

March 2011

I know what you are thinking - that news on the next major release of Caedium (V3) has been scarce, so how about I offer up a sneak peek of one new feature this month? Rest assured that there will be plenty of other exciting new features too. Also check out the teasers for my recent blog posts.

Multi-Block Structured MeshSneak Peek of a Multi-Block Structured Mesh Created in Caedium v3

February 2011

There's something for everyone this month, with a CFD simulation of a solar panel, a couple of new articles, and 3 new blog posts. In other news, have you noticed our new slogan? We've replaced our long serving slogan Computer-Aided Engineering for All with Computational Fluid Dynamics for All, which we feel better reflects our reason for being.

Air Flow over Solar PanelsCaedium CFD Simulation of Air Flow Over a Solar PanelMounted on a shed roof

January 2011

Happy New Year, and to celebrate we have a new website design for you, with numerous improvements. See if you can spot them without being prompted, or just keep reading and all will be revealed. In other news, the January edition of Racecar Engineering ran a feature article on Caedium. And to round out this update, we have a couple of fun new videos and a varied selection of blog posts.

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