Welcome! - Introduce yourself :)


#373

Also a welcome to the forum from my side @CF_Lee!

I am sure you will learn a lot from the discussions the forum as well as from the resources I posted above. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me either via mail or directly via PM inside the forum.

Happy SimScaling!

Jousef


#374

Hello!
My name is Javier. I’m from México. I’m a Chemical Engineer. I have been working in Fluid Mechanics since 2007. Currently I’m working in Mixing and Dispersion (liquid-solid) processes. I’m looking for a friendly tool to simulate that kind of processes.
Finally, I have found in Simscale a great tool where I don’t need an own processing capacity.
I hope to have great result using SimSacle.


#375

Hi @heajzip and welcome to SimScale! AAEAAQAAAAAAAAO1AAAAJGRhNTc1ZWI0LTU0NjAtNDlhYS1iMjQzLWEzZDEyMjcwNGVhNQ

We hope that you find everything you need here inside the forum and if not feel free to contact me via pm :slight_smile:

Enjoy your stay here and happy SimScaling!

Jousef


#376

I’m Ly, from Viet Nam. Nice to meet you all. Hope to get more help, exchange information from you.


#377

Welcome to SimScale Ly (@Olyly94)!

I am sure that you will have a lot of fun reading through some interesting posts by our users and especially PowerUsers. To get started please have a look at the following resources:

Another option is to have a look at the Public Projects to see how others have set up their simulations and learn from them!

Best,

Jousef


#378

Greetings to everyone!
I am Cetengfei and I registered a new account, basically, my old email address is expired because I graduated from the university. People who looked my files or known me before can add this account to replace my old user ‘czhang’.
Last year I did some works on Formula student aero simulation, and I am going to study MSc of aeronautics engineering at Imperial College London, UK for the next step, let’s do something more exciting in CFD in the future! I am glad to say hi to you guys.


#379

Hi @Cetengfei!

Welcome again to SimScale! Hope that you will participate a lot in the discussions like you did with your other account :slight_smile:

Wish you all the best!

Jousef


#380

Hi @Cetengfei,

welcome back! :slight_smile:
What is your exciting project for the future?

Bests,
Jani


#381

Going to start doing CFD about jet engines LOL


#382

Hello everyone,

I’m Andres. I’m currently a fourth-year mechanical engineering undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania.
I’ve used OpenFOAM and COMSOL in the past for coursework and academic research. I’ve become very fond of how convenient and powerful the Simscale platform has been, particularly in cutting down simulation time.
In the near future, I hope to incorporate fluid-structure interactions into my current flow simulations.


#383

Hello Andres (@andizam ) and a warm welcome to SimScale! AAEAAQAAAAAAAAO1AAAAJGRhNTc1ZWI0LTU0NjAtNDlhYS1iMjQzLWEzZDEyMjcwNGVhNQ

Really nice that you have some experience with common simulation tools - hopefully you can give our users (including myself :wink: ) some nice tips! Looking forward to see you participating in some discussions here :slight_smile:

P.S.: For FSI (a module currently not available on SimScale) I would recommend to upvote/post any queries related to that into the Vote For Features section of the forum.

Enjoy your stay here and happy continuous SimScaling :wink:

Jousef


#384

Hello,

My name is Dale Kramer.

I live in Florida and to my neighbors, it looks like I am retired but I still do basically what I have done my whole life.

I have been designing air things for 40 years, the most successful has been the Lazair

My most ‘fun’ project is the eLazair

This is a link to a ‘Build log’ of the eLazair.

Another recent project that is still ongoing is the vLazair

I hope that I can use the wonders of CFD to allow my air things to be created with much less effort and be fully optimized so that they can do what I envision them to do.

I hope that other forum members will provide me with enough assistance so that I become comfortable relying on CFD results.

Dale


#385

Welcome to SimScale Dale and it a pleasure for us to have you “on board” :wink:

I had a look at your projects and they look amazing! :+1: And I hope as well that we can fix your questions in your other post to make you feel comfy as fast as possible :wink:

Cheers and happy future SimScaling!

Jousef


#386

Hi,
My name is Loïc (31), i live in France ( Alps), i am civil Engineer and my knowledge in fluid dynamics are poor but i am learning it (slowly…)!
I am a river surfer and static river waves fascinates me.
I am here to learn about fluids dynamics simulation. I am trying to simulate hydraulic Jumps / obstacles and i hope i will manage to see one simulation soon !

Thanks a lot for this online product!
Loïc


#387

Hi @LBV,

welcome abroad! :slight_smile:
Sounds great that you are so enthusiastic about learning something new! Feel free to ask for some support when you got stuck.

Best regards,
Jani


#388

Salut Loïc also from my side and welcome to SimScale! AAEAAQAAAAAAAAO1AAAAJGRhNTc1ZWI0LTU0NjAtNDlhYS1iMjQzLWEzZDEyMjcwNGVhNQ

I have listed some good learning resources a bit above. In any case, if you need help or have questions do not hesitate to contact me either in the forum or via mail: jmurad@simscale.com.

Wish you a pleasant stay here and happy SimScaling!

Jousef


#389

Hi, I never showed up.

My name is Camilo, I’m a mechanical engineer from Chile. I am a lover of mechanical simulation and free software. I have an account at Simscale since 2016!

(I know you have seen my pastime simulations :sweat_smile::joy::relaxed:)
In addition to Engineer I am a teacher of mathematics in high school and I have a degree in education. Soon I hope to do tutorials in Spanish for the community about simscale and paraview.

I hope the simscale support!
I am anxious to see how the platform continues to improve. Let’s see what happens.


#390

Hey @camilomati and welcome to our forum! AAEAAQAAAAAAAAO1AAAAJGRhNTc1ZWI0LTU0NjAtNDlhYS1iMjQzLWEzZDEyMjcwNGVhNQ

Absolutely no problem - better late than never, right? :wink: If you need educator material to teach your students about simulation and SimScale in general you can contact me via jmurad@simscale.com and I will send you everything you need!

Cheers and all the best!

Jousef


#391

Salam

I’m Fatkhurrozi. I do some engineering, from fluids, acoustics, and mechanics.
I hope this will be great beginning.


#392

Salam @mfrozi and welcome to our forum! AAEAAQAAAAAAAAO1AAAAJGRhNTc1ZWI0LTU0NjAtNDlhYS1iMjQzLWEzZDEyMjcwNGVhNQ

Feel free to reach out to me whenever you need help or have a questions!

Cheers and all the best!

Jousef