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jprobst October 31, 2013 06:47

OpenFOAM® in a web browser
Dear OpenFOAM users,

SimScale, a young German software startup is offering a browser-based engineering platform!

We offer a rich set of simulation capabilities, along with an intuitive GUI for OpenFOAM® and different meshers, including snappyHexMesh.
SimScale also gives you access to remote computing power so you don't need to buy or maintain hardware any more.
On top of CFD with OpenFOAM® we also offer solid mechanics (for example static, dynamic, frequency and modal analysis).

Sign up now After signing up you can immediately test the platform free of charge and evaluate whether it is the right simulation tool for you.

For a quick start we have an introduction video on YouTube.
The SimScale team is looking forward to your feedback!

This offering is not approved or endorsed by OpenCFD Limited, the producer of the OpenFOAM software and owner of the OPENFOAM® and OpenCFD® trade marks.

jprobst November 11, 2013 08:54

Webinar announcement
We are providing weekly webinars for all people who are interested. The next webinar will be held on Wednesday (Nov 13), 4pm CET.
The covered topic is "Structural mechanics simulation with SimScale" which may be especially interesting for those who are working on structural mechanics as well.

Join now via our webinar page.

We have also scheduled webinars covering CFD which will be announced here.

jprobst November 26, 2013 11:38

Webinar announcement
A new webinar is planned for tomorrow, Wednesday (Nov 27) 4pm CET about Thermal simulation with SimScale.
David, our head of product, will carry out two example simulations to show how thermal problems can be solved with SimScale.

Join now via our webinar page.

jprobst December 9, 2013 13:32

Webinar announcement
Our next webinar "Fluid flow analysis of valves with SimScale" is scheduled for Wednesday (Dec 11) 4pm CET.

We will demonstrate how the flow through valves and the pressure drop can be simulated using SimScale. There is going to be a Q&A session as well.

Register now via our Webinar page

opencfd December 11, 2013 14:42

You say that "The SimScale platform is made possible with the help of some great open source software codes." You then cite various open source codes:

Where can the public download the source code of SimScale? It would be nice to cite SimScale as a great open source software code.

jprobst December 12, 2013 12:53

Hi OpenCFD,

thanks for the comment! The preprocessing system of SimScale is not yet publicly available. Please stay tuned for more info.

Best regards,

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