Engys Releases ELEMENTS v3.2.1

Release focuses on advanced open-source CFD for automotive design.

Release focuses on advanced open-source CFD for automotive design.

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ENGYS announces the release of ELEMENTS 3.2.1, an open-source based computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software suite for vehicle design applications produced by Streamline Solutions LLC.

The new version of ELEMENTS 3.2.1 offers a wide range of extended capabilities and several refinements to remove known issues found in the previous release 3.2.0. Some of the new features added in this version include:

  • Enhanced display rendering for remote client-server connections to HPC systems with multiple computational nodes.
  • Faster I/O thanks to added support for solution fields in binary format.
  • Extended support for the python-based macro journaling system in ELEMENTS-GUI.
  • New mapped boundary conditions to map fields from either a boundary patch or a volumetric distance-based source.
  • New TAITherm coupling thermal boundary condition.
  • Added support for porous media in cylindrical coordinate system.
  • New vectors visualization object.
  • Added support for box and sphere types for slice and clip visualization objects.
  • Added support for nested hierarchy of visualization objects.
  • Added support for fields visualisation inside volumetric cell zones.
  • New options for colour legends and backface/frontface visualization.
  • New block-coupled density-based compressible flow solver for subsonic, transonic and supersonic regimes in ELEMENTS-Coupled add-on module.

To get started with version 3.2.1, log in to the ENGYS Client Portal and proceed to the Downloads section to retrieve the latest installation files for Linux or Windows. A complete list of changes and additions in this version is provided as part of the Release Notes delivered with the software.

If not an ELEMENTS user already, contact ENGYS to schedule a demonstration and discover several success stories from automotive OEMs, tier-1 suppliers and F1 teams who are already benefiting from using the software.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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