Written by Megan Jenkins on May 23, 2019
February 7th, 2018
The CAD model that a mesh operation is based on can now be changed directly. That way, a change in geometry can directly be uploaded to SimScale, used as a new basis for a mesh and a simulation can be repeated.
A new mesh operation based on the tetrahedral meshing algorithm allows the user to specify entities of the CAD model that shall be locally refined.
Both steady state, as well as transient incompressible fluid flow simulation types now allow the definition of rotating domain parts.
New control items allow the analysis of the simulation results during runtime. An example is the dimensionless wall distance y+.
The user interface of the result viewer has been enhanced with several new options.
All result control items, including convergence behavior plots, are now automatically integrated into the reports generated with SimScale.
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