In case you’ve missed some of our blog articles in August or September, here is a summary of the highlights.
The biggest news is the launch of the SimScale Forum, which is already becoming very popular for CAE. Take a look!
We’ve also written about new learning resources, trends in different industries and, as you might have seen, the newest features deployed on the SimScale simulation platform.
Here are the must-reads:
All the available learning resources to help you get started with the SimScale platform and ensure you make use of its full simulation capabilities.
Improvements and new features have been added to the SimScale platform, including added features for fluid flow simulation. Read the article to learn about them.
The purpose behind a forum was to create a place for all of the SimScale users and engineering enthusiasts to ask questions, share feedback, exchange ideas and join discussions about anything from the SimScale platform, CAE to CAD and product design in general. Join and be part of the CAE community.
This validation case evaluates how a numerical simulation compares to a physical problem that has been measured experimentally. Must-read!
HVAC systems are essential for a wide range of applications, from thermal comfort in office spaces and automobiles to data center ventilation. This blog article gathers five simulations of HVAC systems that can be imported into your own workspace.
Taking into consideration the wide range of valve types available on the market, we have optimized the SimScale platform to meet all the simulation requirements for valve design. Here are ten projects to help you get started.
One of the most popular topics in the CAE forum right now is a collaborative project in which the engineers are simulating the free surface flow around a boat hull to predict the waterline on the hull, the steady waves created around the hull and the drag. You don’t want to miss this fascinating topic! Read more.
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