A new paper on “faster turn-around times for the design and optimization of functional surfaces” by FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS authors Stefan Harries and Claus Abt has been published on the Ocean Engineering journal. This paper details different strategies for a quicker optimization in multi-dimensional design spaces, i.e., for geometries with many parameters.
We had a great CAESES Users Meeting 2019 in Berlin and a lot of fun! The presentations gave exclusive and fascinating insights into the simulation-driven design of automotive engine combustion systems, turbochargers, pumps, ship hulls, racing yachts, hydro and wind turbines.
There is a new video available that shows how to connect CAESES and STAR-CCM+. If you are new to CAESES or to automation of CFD, this video will give you everything you need to connect your own STAR-CCM+ simulation setup to a parametric geometry in CAESES.
We are happy to announce that the final agenda of the CAESES Users Meeting 2019 is online! There will be speakers and CAESES users from all over the world, talking about how to create the most competitive products of the market. You can expect exclusive and fascinating insights into the simulation-driven design of automotive engine combustion systems, ship hulls and yachts, pumps and wind turbines.
The CAESES ACT app is an ANSYS geometry interface by FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS that allows CFD engineers to automate the entire geometry generation process, for the purpose of running shape optimization and design studies.
The design of axial fans typically considers the efficiency but also the reduction of the noise emissions. Axial fan noise reduction is a rather huge and complex topic when it comes to all the details, but there are a few simple CAD techniques that you can apply to your standard blade designs, to immediately enhance the fan’s noise level.
We are happy to announce the preliminary agenda for the CAESES Users Meeting 2019! We’ll have leading companies with us, such as MTU, KSB, Suzlon, Aramco Services and Artemis Racing. See the event page for all details and registration.
When we talk about CFD optimization software, we actually think of a an entirely automated engineering process that covers geometry generation, meshing, simulation and design post-processing. All of these single steps are automated to create a closed optimization loop where, finally, the optimal design candidate(s) emerge from the process, showing optimal results in terms of the product’s flow behavior (e.g. minimum pressure loss, lowest drag, reduced wave resistance, flow homogeneity, robustness for different operating conditions, etc.).
We have an updated version of the CAESES ACT app, to integrate CAESES into the ANSYS Workbench.
Learn the basic concept of meta surfaces in CAESES, to create advanced parametric sweep surfaces with more controls.