Written by Megan Jenkins on July 19, 2019
February 7th, 2018
The SimScale team is working on the integration of several new solvers to push the functionality of the platform even further. One of these features is the finite element-based frequency analysis which will be available in just a few days.
The pictures below demonstrate the first six eigenmodes of a generic airfoil structure that has been used for testing and benchmarking purposes.
The simulation was pre-processed and computed on the SimScale platform and the results were downloaded and visualized locally.
Additionally, new meshing features are in the pipeline as well. We will announce the latest functionality as soon as it is available via our newsletter.
If you’re interested in reading about the previously added features, here‘s an article announcing the new transient, turbulent flow analysis type.
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