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qianlongma March 2, 2012 22:08

cart3d
 
I found that the Cart3D module was not available in the new release v.14 of Icem. I don't know if Ansys Inc. has give up the cart3D software. I am using Cart3D, and unfortunately it seems not to be updated any more. Anyone learning the future plan of Ansys, please tell me some information about the cart3D's fate. Thank you.

Aftosmis March 5, 2012 12:26

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Originally Posted by qianlongma (Post 347387)
I found that the Cart3D module was not available in the new release v.14 of Icem. I don't know if Ansys Inc. has give up the cart3D software. I am using Cart3D, and unfortunately it seems not to be updated any more. Anyone learning the future plan of Ansys, please tell me some information about the cart3D's fate. Thank you.

ANSYS has dropped its Cart3D license. Cart3D is now available through Desktop Aeronautics http://www.desktop.aero or simply http://www.cart3d.com/
DesktopAero now fully supports Cart3D and is in the process of combining it with both an Interactive Boundary Layer (IBL) and is offering the Adjoint-Based Error Estimation and mesh adaptation module that had previously only been available directly from NASA.

Centurion2011 February 19, 2015 07:18

mr Aftosmis,

is it possible ofr CART3D program to model 6DOF motion of irregularly shaped bodies. IE, to determine trajectory, total aerodynamic forces (drag, lift, magnus) and moments?

I am asking this because of the mesh. I tried this in fluent, but how can I generate mesh 500m long, when my body is only 50mm wide. How CART3D solves this?

best regards


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