Written by Megan Jenkins on May 23, 2019
February 13th, 2018
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Today, we are happy to announce the launch of the SimScale Community. We have completely upgraded the look, feel and functionality of the platform to create a place where simulation technology and people can come together.
With the SimScale Community Plan, everybody has free access to SimScale, its full feature functionality, and 3000 core hours of computing resources. When you create a simulation project, it is automatically added to the library of public projects. Other community members can then view, comment on, or make copies of your project. This builds on the concept of “crowdsourcing” simulation knowledge. Professional and Enterprise accounts are also available for those who need to create private projects.
The dashboard provides an overview of all of your activity on the platform.
The Public Projects Library contains all of the projects that have been uploaded by our community users. It is continuously updated to show the latest projects that have been added.
When you create a new project or copy a project, you can immediately begin setting up your simulation. For those who have used the past versions of SimScale, the workflow has remained relatively unchanged.
When you click on a project in the library, you are directed to a page with a complete overview of that project and its statistics (number of views, number of likes, etc.). Thumbnails allow you to view the CAD model, mesh, and selected post-processing images. If you want to see the project in more detail, you can select “View” and you will have access to the full setup of the project.
Upon viewing a project, you might decide that it is similar to a project you are working on and you might want to learn more. You have the option to make a copy of the project, and you are free to work on the copy and make modifications as you see fit.
In the Public Projects Library, you have the ability to like and comment on projects, which gives you the opportunity to interact and learn from other users.
We hope that you enjoy the SimScale Community and all of its new features. Happy simulating!
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