In this blog post, problematic dynamic instabilities in the operation of the baseline poppet valve were investigated and effectively solved by setting up an automated workflow with CAESES® and SimericsMP®.
The present case study investigates a hypothetical intake duct geometry for a TBCC propulsion system, which channels high-speed air from the freestream into the engine and converts the dynamic energy into high pressure by making use of a series of compression shocks.
We are looking for an additional C++ Software Developer (full-time, as soon as possible) to strengthen our core development team in Potsdam, Germany.
Committed to a sustainable and a greener future, we, at FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS, are proud to be certified as a carbon neutral organization.
Nanjing Tianfu, the CAESES distributor in China, held a seminar and hands-on workshop on the 14th of April to introduce our recent major version CAESES 5.
The CAESES Student Award 2020 goes to Erika Ghignoni, a PhD student at the University of Florence for her submission “Sensitivity Approach for a Turbopump Inducer Geometry”. Congratulations, Erika!
Join our live webinar on April 22, 2021 at 2pm CEST to learn how to efficiently optimize your geometry with the new morphing approach in CAESES 5.
We, at FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS, are very pleased to welcome CFD Technologies Ltd to our channel partner network.
The recording of NUMECA’s virtual Marine CFD Workshop is now available for you to watch.
FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS is one of the research partners in the MariData R&D project. This research project’s goal is to develop, improve and classify simulation-based modules for ship energy management.