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Active compared to Passive Ventilation using CFD: IBEEE’s Success Story

Written by: Netty on 21 February, 2017

Rising energy prices, environmental consciousness and the associated demand for energy efficiency are key topics in the design of single and multi-family houses, for reducing…

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Carbon Wheels Simulated with SimScale: Tokyowheel’s CFD Story

Written by: Netty on 16 February, 2017

“Ride Faster, With Less Effort, and Enjoy Your Cycling More.” This is the promise people at Tokyowheel make to their customers. And they stand by…

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Schübeler Composite – FEA of Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Parts

Written by: Sijia Ma on 10 August, 2016

    Schübeler Composite, founded in 1997, is a German company that is involved with the development and production of fiber-reinforced plastic parts. In their…

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Panteras Racing Wins F1 in Schools National Championship

Written by: Anna Flessner on 28 July, 2016

The Panteras Racing Team Panteras Racing from the Universidad Panamericana Preparatoria in Mexico City, has won the 2016 F1® in Schools Mexico National Championship. The team of six high school students beat out…

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Case Study Designcraft – How to Optimize a Water Turbine

Written by: Sijia Ma on 12 July, 2016

Trond Gudmundsen works as a technical engineer with a background in blacksmithing and construction welding in Oslo, Norway. He started his consultancy office Designcraft in 2010…

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Large Chemical Company Simulating with SimScale: Yu Liu

Written by: Sijia Ma on 23 June, 2016

Yu Liu is working as professional scientist in a multinational company which specializes in vitro diagnostic tools using microfluidic technology. It is one of the world’s top…

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Bringing SimScale to the Classroom with Professor Mario Larreta

Written by: Anna Flessner on 9 June, 2016

After discovering SimScale while looking for free software to design a cold brew coffee maker, Mario Larreta, a Professor of Mechanical Engineering, is now bringing the cloud-based simulation platform…

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Learning SimScale through CAE Workshops: Guillermo Giraldo

Written by: Anna Flessner on 24 May, 2016

Guillermo Giraldo is an engineer from the Caribbean coast of Colombia. He studied Mechatronics Engineering at Universidad Tecnológica de Bolívar in Cartagena, a main industrial center…

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