Introduction by TJ Corona, Senior R&D Engineer at Kitware

The development team at Coreform have extended VTK’s support for higher order cells to include another class of cell types to VTK that are described using rational Bézier shape functions. As a result, VTK is now able to accept shapes from input sources that internally use Bézier shapes without having to translate or approximate the input cell information. VTK can also now model different shapes that it couldn't in the past.

Dr. Thomas Hughes and Dr. Michael Scott receive distinguished researcher designation.

OREM, UTAH, November 22, 2019 — Coreform LLC, a leading developer of commercial spline-based simulation software, is pleased to announce that two of its senior advisors, Dr. Thomas J.R. Hughes and Dr. Michael Scott, have been named among the most influential scientists in the world according to the 2019 Highly Cited Researcher list published by Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thomson Reuters).

February 19-20, 2020 at the Coreform offices in Orem, UT

A new highly accurate and performant approach to FEA is to run simulations directly on smooth splines, the building blocks of CAD models. Thousands of academic papers have been published since 2005 investigating this approach. Coreform LLC was formed in 2014 and is 100% focused on commercializing spline-based simulation. We have invented a new unstructured spline type to enable commercial applications. We are also writing Coreform Analyze (beta), a commercial solver natively built to run on a smooth spline basis. In all of these efforts, we are focused on delivering better accuracy in less time, increased robustness, and lower simulation costs, and we are focused on requiring minimal change to commercial workflows.

OREM, UTAH, October 23, 2019 — Coreform LLC, a leading developer of commercial spline-based simulation software, announced today the acquisition of Computational Simulation Software, LLC (dba “csimsoft”), the developer of the high-end mesh generation tool, Trelis, and co-developer of Sandia National Laboratories’ widely-used CUBIT meshing software. The addition of csimsoft’s robust, high-end mesh generation technology provides Coreform customers with the first complete workflow for using spline-based FEA technology.

August 21-22, 2019 at the Coreform offices in Orem, UT

A new highly accurate and performant approach to FEA is to run simulations directly on smooth splines, the building blocks of CAD models. Thousands of academic papers have been published since 2005 investigating this approach. Coreform LLC was formed in 2014 to be 100% focused on commercializing smooth-spline based simulation, and has invented a new unstructured spline type to enable commercial applications. We are also writing Coreform Analyze (beta), a commercial solver natively built to run on a smooth spline basis. In all of these efforts, we are focused on delivering better accuracy in less time, increased robustness, and lower simulation costs, and we are focused on requiring minimal change to commercial workflows.

 

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