Software Cradle Integrates Optimus

The new tools help automate model parametrization throughout the thermal-fluid design optimization process.

Software Cradle has partnered with Noesis Solutions to integrate the Optimus engine into SC/Tetra and scSTREAM simulation software tools to provide design space exploration capabilities.

According to a company press release, the Optimus-powered Software Cradle tools automate model parametrization throughout the thermal-fluid design optimization process. Engineers can readily visualize the design space and evaluate it using dedicated Optimus data mining capabilities. Optimus’ graphic post-processing toolset enables engineers to gain insight into the influence of individual parameters and constraints. In addition, these tools accelerate what-if analyses thanks to parameter propagation. Incorporating Optimus into SC/Tetra and scSTREAM allows for users to tackle CFD engineering challenges in automotive, architectural, chemical, biomedical, electrical and electronic industry sectors.

“We are pleased that Software Cradle has chosen our industry-proven Optimus technology to extend its SC/Tetra and scSTREAM thermal-fluid analysis tools,” says Naji El Masri, Noesis Solutions CTO. “Thanks to its robustness, Optimus technology is increasingly being adopted by engineering software vendors like Software Cradle to strengthen their simulation solutions. By incorporating Optimus design exploration and optimization capabilities into SC/Tetra and scSTREAM, users can be confident to identify the optimal CFD design configurations efficiently.”

For more information, visit Software Cradle and Noesis Solutions.

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

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