This blog from Cadence shares some know-how, summarizing state-of-the-art CFD technologies for cavitation prediction and covering different applications and CFD features to answer the engineer's needs.
Cadence intelligent system design offers an entire approach to systematically resolve the whole process of product design, simulation, and verification.
According to the NASA CFD Vision 2030 Study, CAD interoperability and access to geometry, mesh adaptation and high-order mesh generation, mesh generation kernels, and automated mesh generation are key topics that require due consideration and commitment.
Systems designers and PCB designers also have to contend with form factor restrictions that create new heat dissipation challenges, and oftentimes these cannot be solved by simply adding a fan to an assembly.
Using the 6Sigma Digital Twin’s built-in libraries of cabinets and IT devices, the aerospace enterprise was able to quickly amend models and simulate the impact of new IT equipment deployment.
Depending upon the medium, shear stress may cause a change in fluid flow between layers. An understanding of this phenomenon is important for designing, monitoring, and controlling systems, which typically include electronics and PCBAs, for a wide range of applications and fields, including aerospace, automotive, energy, and industrial processing.
Understanding the basics of Fourier harmonic modeling applied to turbomachinery unsteady flows the flow field in turbomachinery is dominated by inherently unsteady flow features such as blade-row interactions, blade vibration, inlet flow or thermal distortions.
In this Blog, John Chawner of Cadence shares his observations about CadenceLIVE Silicon Valley 2022. This is the first return to an in-person format in a couple of years for the event and the first time ever for in-person CFD involvement.
Cadence product management and engineering teams present a webinar about transient thermal analysis tools, adding an enclosure onto the design to see the thermal impact in 3D, using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to visualize air flow and the latest improvements in the Sigrity™ and Celsius™ technology
This past summer, Cadence began funding research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (UTK) on a topic of significant current interest to the aerospace CFD community: mesh adaptation for high-speed flows.
Discover how engineers at Bombardier developed the Meshing & Adaptive Re-meshing Server (MARS) with Cadence Pointwise’s Glyph scripting to create over 250,000 high-quality CFD meshes since 2017. MARS automates the meshing process, reduces meshing time, and ensures consistent user-agnostic meshes across geometry variations. In this presentation, learn how to: • Create high-quality meshes to resolve flows with reasonable cost • Use Glyph scripting to automate meshing for consistency, quality, and fast turn-around times • Encapsulate company best practices with templates for any geometry
SAN JOSE, Calif.— Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDNS) today ushered in a new era of performance and accuracy for multiphysics … Continue reading Cadence Ushers in New Era of Performance and Accuracy for Multiphysics System Simulation with Fidelity CFD
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SAN JOSE, CA, April 15, 2021—Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDNS) announced today that it has acquired Pointwise, Inc., a … Continue reading Cadence Acquires Pointwise to Expand System Analysis Offerings Addressing CFD Meshing for Aerospace Applications
One of the main challenges in designing an engine is the complexity in terms of geometrical details and of interaction effects between the components which must be modelled with accuracy and acceptable computation time.
In the webinar, Amine Ben Haj Ali, Senior Engineering Specialist in Advanced Aerodynamics at Bombardier details the Meshing & Adaptive Re-meshing Server (MARS) he has developed, which has been used by engineers at Bombardier to generate over 250,000 high-quality meshes since 2017.