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In recent years, simulations techniques have gained more and more interests because of their capability of providing engineering information about products efficiency, resistance, reliability in a cheap and quick way. They allow every engineer or designer to simulate a virtual test lab without requirements of...

Which is the best color map? This is a common question in the field of scientific simulation. But, even if it sounds really simple, it has not a universally accepted right answer. Some choices are popular among the community, but they are driven by tradition...

Dealing with complex geometries can be difficult. Creating good meshes for CFD simulations is sometimes a very complex task. It is not unusual that, especially in the very first simulations trials, the computational grid is affected by numerous problems. In such cases it is fundamental...

Sets of coordinates originating from a 3D scanner or discrete samples of a surface, cloud points can come from very different sources. One of the classical operations one wants to perform on such an input is to recreate the original surface these points represent. It...

The very first phase encountered in preparation for a CFD simulation on a new product is CAD model manipulation. And the very first step of this phase, especially when dealing with internal flows, is the so called "Fluid Volume Extraction". In this post we will...

We all know the importance of CFD in today’s engineer work. It is fundamental when calculating performances in particular: pressure drops, friction forces and viscous phenomena must become as small as possible in order not to affect the overall system efficiency. I am talking about...

Is my mesh good enough? Will this grid allow me to obtain accurate results? These are common questions among CAE (and especially CFD) users. In this post, we present a particular feature provided by CONSELF that helps spotting problematic mesh regions....

As strange as it sounds, often the most critical part of a CFD simulation cycle (from geometry preparation to result analysis) is not the solution of partial differential equations. Instead, the real added value of a good CFD software is represented by meshing capabilities, automation,...

As CFD softwares are getting easier and easier to use, people still find difficult to get accurate results from them. This because any simulation output depends not only on the software quality, but also on the human factor: experience is fundamental....

During last years, Autodesk product Revit has been gaining more and more attention. For most experts in the field, it is expected to become the standard in the sector of Buildings and Construction. But it is not the best tool to prepare the geometry for...