SimScale Community Reaches 15000 Public Simulation Projects

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15000 Public Simulation Projects on SimScale

Just half a year after the launch of the SimScale Community, we are happy to announce that there are now more than 15000 public simulation projects in the Public Project Library! So what kinds of exciting projects are SimScale Community Users working on? Let’s have a look:

Validation and Verification

In his NACA Submerged Duct project, one of our SimScale Power Users, Pablo Fernandez, has replicated the Ames wind tunnel section used, back in the 1940’s, to experimentally investigate NACA submerged duct entrances. The intention is to compare the simulation results against declassified experiments carried out at the time.

Wind Tunnel Mesh in SimScale and Experiemental setup
Wind Tunnel Mesh in SimScale (top) and Experiemental setup (bottom)

Teaching the Finite Element Method

Mario Larreta, professor of mechanical engineering at the Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana in Mexico is using SimScale in his introductory design, simulation, and manufacturing course.

Connecting Rod von mises stress analysis fea simulation
Connecting Rod Project from students at the Instituto Tecnológico de Tijuana

SimScale Workshops

We’ve hosted a Drone Workshop, 3D Printer Workshop, and F1 Workshop in the past few months with many great projects from our users.

F1 car rear wing cfd simulation
Post-processing image of an F1 rearwing from SimScale user @adonninelli

And the project with the most views…

The Aerodyamic analysis of a Formula One race car by SimScale Engineer Ali Arafat is the favorite in the SimScale Community with 4614 views and counting.

aerodynamics cfd simulation of f1 car

Passing the 15000 public simulation projects milestone is proof that we’re moving in the right direction and we would like to thank YOU for making SimScale a great community for engineering simulation!


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