Coreform Releases Isogeometric Analysis Technology
This is a notable addition to Coreform Cubit’s suite of advanced meshing tools for challenging simulations, the company reports.
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November 23, 2021
Coreform LLC, developer of next-generation computer-aided engineering software, announces the initial commercial release of its U-spline isogeometric analysis (IGA) modeling technology, now available in Coreform Cubit. Users can use the technology in their engineering workflows. This is a notable addition to Coreform Cubit’s suite of advanced meshing tools for challenging simulations, the company reports.
“It’s gratifying for us to put U-spline technology in the hands of our users,” says Coreform CEO Matthew Sederberg. “We’ve worked for this for years and we have even more exciting developments planned for the future.”
The new IGA technology is compatible with existing IGA-enabled solvers such as LS-DYNA and Coreform IGA. The U-splines capability in the new release of Coreform Cubit is also leveraged in a new separately priced module called Coreform Lattice GC, fully embedded in Coreform Cubit for lattice generation and slicing for 3D printing.
“Coreform Lattice GC is powerful and unique,” notes Gregory Vernon, director of Product Development at Coreform. “It’s smooth connected elements that flow with a part's geometry lead to improved performance, and our integrated solution within Coreform Cubit's familiar meshing interface provides immediate improvement to our customers’ workflows.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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