Coreform Cubit 2022.11 features impact core workflows including meshing, geometry modification and import/export.
This webinar introduces Coreform Cubit Learn, a free license of the professional Coreform Cubit software. The webinar also demonstrates how it can be used with many open-source and professional solvers.
One of the most powerful features of Coreform Cubit is its ability to decompose CAD geometry into optimal sections to create a well-conditioned hex mesh. This recorded webinar shares several approaches to CAD decomposition on complex parts.
In this recorded webinar, Greg Klouse from Corvid will introduce how to utilize Coreform Cubit and Velodyne to go from CAD to a predictive solution that can correlate with test.
OREM, UTAH — Coreform LLC, developer of next-generation computer-aided engineering software, announces a historic release of Coreform Cubit that enables … Continue reading Latest release of Coreform Cubit enhances neutronics workflows
OREM, UTAH — Coreform LLC, developer of next-generation computer-aided engineering software, has released the latest version of its premiere meshing … Continue reading Coreform releases Coreform Cubit 2023.4
OREM, UTAH — Coreform LLC, developer of next-generation computer-aided engineering software, and technology solutions provider Corvid Technologies LLC announce a … Continue reading Corvid Announces Partnership with Coreform
Dr. Biao Li of Concordia University used Coreform Cubit’s advanced hex meshing and powerful scripting to forecast the behavior of a geothermal energy reservoir.
Coreform Cubit’s advanced meshing capabilities enable the California Institute of Technology to explore short-period crustal geodynamics on planetary satellites with complex 3D structures.
Radiant uses Coreform Cubit as a critical part of its process to design a safe, portable nuclear microreactor
Carollo selects Coreform Cubit for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) meshing to replace the venerable GAMBIT software
Coreform Cubit is used by the chair of the Theoretical Electrical Engineering at the Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg to generate parametrizable meshes for numerical simulations of various problems
To mesh assemblies of thousands of components for highly accurate simulations, Akselos uses the scripting power of Coreform Cubit
A postdoctoral instructor at Austria’s TU Graz tried all the most widely used meshing software options for students. He chose Coreform Cubit for its ease-of-use and powerful feature-set