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2020 Vision: New SimScale Features Webinar

Take a glimpse at Simscale's new features that allow for quicker design iteration and more efficient team collaboration. In this presentation, we showcase updates to Radiation for CHT, Automatic Simulation Core Choice, and CAD Faults. For architects, urban planners, engineers, and other professionals in the AEC industry, our updates to wind simulation, including the ability to simulate 36 wind directions at once, will provide comprehensive pedestrian wind comfort analysis without ever leaving your web browser.

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2020 Vision: New SimScale Features Webinar

  1. 1. By Arnaud Girin SimScale webinar 2020 Vision: New SimScale Features Webinar 2020 Vision: New SimScale Features Webinar SimScale webinar
  2. 2. About SimScale Who we are ● Founded in 2012 ● Offices in Munich, Boston, and New York ● 80+ employees across 6+ time zones ● Over 160,000 users worldwide ● More than 300k simulation projects
  3. 3. We created the world’s first cloud-based engineering simulation platform. ● Fluid dynamics (CFD) ● Solid mechanics (FEA) ● Thermodynamics All accessible via a web browser. About SimScale What we do
  4. 4. What you can expect from SimScale this year: ● Continuous Updates/Improvements ● Customer Cultivation ● Collaboration Features Keep up-to-date by subscribing to our blog: Our vision SimScale 2020
  5. 5. New Platform Features Today’s topic 2)Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) Features 1)General Simulation Features 1. General Simulation Features 2. Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) Features 3. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features 1 2 3
  6. 6. 1. General Simulation Features 2. Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) Features 3. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features New Platform Features Today’s topic 3) Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features 1 2 3
  7. 7. General Simulation Features New SimScale Features
  8. 8. A CAD fault is a model/file/geometry that contains ambiguous or missing information. With this update, we will indicate what is wrong, where the issue is, and block the simulation from being set up. General Simulation Features Helping You Identify CAD Issues
  9. 9. We are now making this choice for you: The complexity, size, and parameters of your simulation setup are inputted into a powerful algorithm that selects the right number of cores. More efficient runs with fewer core hours used. General Simulation Features Automatic Core Choice for Meshing & Simulation
  10. 10. the zoom target is now defined by the mouse cursor position. With this update, the behavior in post- processing is aligned with the pre-processing viewer experience. General Simulation Features Zoom to Mouse
  11. 11. This update allows the selection of a point via a click on the model. No more pesky coordinates! General Simulation Features Point Selection via Click on the Model
  12. 12. All numeric input fields across all settings panels now support scientific notation. General Simulation Features Scientific Notation for Value Inputs
  13. 13. Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) Feature New SimScale Features
  14. 14. Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) Feature Radiation for CHT You are now able to assess the impact of radiative heat transfer in conjugate heat transfer simulation.
  15. 15. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features New SimScale Features
  16. 16. This feature allows users to define certain regions or volumes that would correspond to trees and bushes. Porosity values can now be used to define how well or how poorly the air would flow in these zones. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features Porous Region Integration
  17. 17. Wind velocity showing downdraught effect created by the facade in Bryant Park in front of the Grace Building Wind velocity showing mitigated downdraught effect by the addition of trees to the model
  18. 18. Check out this blog to learn more. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features Porous Region Integration
  19. 19. Wind data, provided by meteoblue, can be imported automatically. Customers no longer need to gather and upload wind rose information manually, it is now possible with just the click of a mouse. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features Weather Data Import Weather data provided by
  20. 20. From 16 wind directions to 36, for our users that need their designs to conform to wind comfort standards where a a higher resolution is required. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features 36 Wind Directions
  21. 21. The full calculation for the NEN 8100 wind comfort standard is now available to users. Directly import data sets from the official NPR 6097 program to be computed and presented as NEN 8100 comfort and safety plots separately as per the standard. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features NEN 8100 Wind Standard Calculation
  22. 22. Pedestrian Wind Comfort Features New Post-Processing Interface for PWC Result Data SimScale has released a completely reworked interface for statistical Pedestrian Wind Comfort data.