Symscape has announced the release of SymLab v1.1.0. SymLab is a
freely available foundation and viewer for its expandable
Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) system.
SymLab incorporates advanced interactive 3D visualization that can help you assess the performance of your 3D model.
Using theSymLab system with additional add-ons you can assess the aerodynamic performance of concept designs by creating geometry, simulating fluid flow, and visualizing results under both steady-state and transient conditions.
Available add-ons include :
Builder - create and modify your own 2D and 3D NURBS based geometry designs. This add-on includes new Flexile Technology with a join tool for feature suppression and a new surface offset tool.
Panel Flow - simulate gas (e.g. air) or liquid (e.g. water) flow around and through your design to determine flow directions and forces. This add-on incorporates Pipeline Driven Technology to automate and simplify upstream simulation prerequisites such as meshing.
Transient - explore time-dependent simulations and visualization of results using the unique Transient Archive Technology for real-time results review.
Exchange - import and export standard geometry file formats IGES and STEP. The newly added STL file import and export uses Faceted Geometry Technology to extend simulation modeling to facets.
Viz Export - export your 3D results to high quality renderers (such as the ray-tracer POV-Ray) and other visualization packages.
Professional - includes all add-ons in a convenient single installation.
Software is available to download and install directly from the website, with free 30-day trials and affordable subscriptions for SymLab add-ons.
Date: October 23, 2007