We are happy to announce that as of this year, we are supporting the H1 Unlimited hydroplane racing team Go3 Racing with our software CAESES, as well as our engineering expertise, specifically in the context of designing the extremely loaded…
Block your calendar for the next CAESES User Conference from September 9 to September 11, 2024. The event will take place in the Mercure Hotel in the historic city center of Potsdam, Germany.
Following the release of CAESES 5.2 with enhanced turbomachinery design capabilities, this September, we have scheduled a couple of turbomachinery-related webinars. So if you are working on these applications, make sure to register. We hope to see you there!
FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS AG, a leading provider of innovative simulation-driven design technology, has formed its wholly-owned subsidiary FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS INC. in the United States. Established in May 2023 in New York City, the US office will support our customers and pursue opportunities in North America.
The new CAESES release 5.2 was developed with a strong focus on turbomachinery design and is dedicated to users with the CAESES add-on Turbo. It offers a wide selection of components, workflows, and methods to simplify and streamline the parametric modeling of turbomachinery geometries, while maintaining the high level of freedom and customization that CAESES is known for.
The CAESES Student Award goes into a 3rd round. Submit your report and participate.
For the upcoming holidays, everyone here at FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS would like to send you our warmest Season’s Greetings and best wishes for a Happy New Year!
The Winner of the CAESES Student Award 2022 is Johanna Serr, a Master of Science Student at the TUHH in Germany.
Centrifugal pumps are commonly used in industrial and residential applications due to their relatively simple design, manufacturing, and ease-of-maintenance. A centrifugal water pump was designed making full use the capabilities of CAESES in the scope of an internship project.
Submit your article in the field of “Simulation-driven Design of Maritime Systems”.
On the special occasion of the upcoming 90th birthday of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Horst Nowacki, former head of the section Ship Design at the Technical University Berlin, Germany, and former professor at the University of Michigan, USA, a special issue of Ship Technology Research shall be published in the first half of 2023.