SimScale CAE Forum

Welcome! - Introduce yourself :)


Hi all, I am a mechanical engineer from Israel and I am trying out simscale as an alternative to autodesk simulation CFD. So far I really like it.


Welcome to SimScale Sandeep!

Having 6 years of experience in OF definitely helps - you should consider becoming a PowerUser! :wink: We are very happy to have such a guru on board and hope that you can help our users and interact with the community in general!

Really looking forward to see some great input from you!



Hi Luca and thanks for your introduction :slight_smile:

Glad you are at the right place to get your CFD journey started! :wink: As you might have already seen, I posted an answer to your question with some guides that can help you along the journey: CFD simulation for a sailboat design - happy to have you on board as well!!



Hi Mohamed!

Thanks a lot for introducing yourself :slight_smile: I am really looking forward to see what you can bring to the community but also can learn from other users but also SimScale to extend your knowledge in the field of CFD but also FEA as well as thermal analysis :slight_smile:

Happy SimScaling!



Hey @roy_g and a warm welcome from SimScale! :slight_smile:

Let us know what you think about SimScale and post your great ideas right here: SimScale’s Feedback Section.

Happy SimScaling and feel free to contact me if you need anything!



Thank you very much Jousef!!


Pablo from Argentina here,
I really new to CFD, I am a Biotechnologist, who is specializating in water and wastewater engineer, I am interested in Biological Process in this Engineer Area.
I arrived here, since I started to use Onshape for my Master in Sanitary Engineer Tasks, etc.
Actually I am working on a Full Mixed Aerated Lagoon, and triying to get a CFD model of it,
Hope I can learn how to do this correctly, and learn a lot from you, as I seen there are many specialist in the area here =).
Thanks for reading,
Good Luck with your projects,



A warm welcome to SimScale Pablo :slight_smile:

Let us know if you have any questions or ideas! I am sure you will be very helpful to our community with your background but can learn a lot from us as well :+1:

Happy simulating & simscaling!