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Coreform LLC is fastest-growing CAE company in 2021 Inc. 5000

For the second straight year, Coreform appears on the Inc. 5000, ranking No. 699

Published: 15 September 2021

Coreform is No. 699 on the annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses.

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Coreform Cubit: strategies for solving tricky meshing problems

Live answers to common meshing questions from a Cubit expert

Published: 14 September 2021

In this webinar, Coreform Cubit expert Greg Vernon will respond live to questions from the Coreform Cubit forum. In advance of the webinar, users are invited to post their Cubit-related questions on the Coreform Cubit forum, and voice their support for the questions they are most interested in seeing answered live.

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Coreform IGA: Enabling Commercial Application of IGA

Presented at the 16th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, within the Industrial Applications of IGA technical session on July 28, 2021.

Published: 4 August 2021

Coreform is developing a new isogeometric analysis solver, called Coreform IGA, based on our U-spline and Flex IGA technologies. We have been developing a full-stack suite of tools to bring the power of IGA to end-users, not just to IGA researchers.

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Coreform Cubit Basics: Hex Meshing Fundamentals

Learning to use webcutting, imprint, and merge

Published: 30 July 2021

Coreform Cubit is used across industries for advanced meshing for challenging simulations. Coreform Cubit is especially well-known for its hexahedral (hex) meshing functionality.

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Geomechanics simulation with Irazu and Coreform Cubit

Omid Mahabadi, President and CEO of Geomechanica Inc., will offer a demonstration of the use of Coreform Cubit to generate a mesh for geomechanics and show how it is used with Geomechanica's Irazu software.

Published: 4 June 2021

Coreform Cubit is a mesher and simulation preprocessor widely compatible with simulation codes across industries. Geomechanics is one industry where Coreform Cubit is heavily used, and the Irazu software produced by Geomechanica Inc.

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Introduction to Coreform Cubit

Using tools, preparing a hex mesh, and everything else you need to know to get started with Coreform Cubit

Published: 18 May 2021

On Friday, June 18th at 10am MDT, Coreform Director of Product Management Greg Vernon will introduce how the Coreform Cubit meshing software can generate high quality meshes for engineering simulation to accelerate your product development and reduce costs.

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Coreform Cubit 2021.4

Cubit 2021.4 has officially been released, featuring bug fixes and improved access to functionality

Published: 22 April 2021

Cubit 2021.4 Cubit 2021.3 contained several critical packaging and installation issues for Linux users, stemming from new functionality we recently added to Coreform Cubit.

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Predicting the onset of failure with Coreform IGA​

Using isogeometric analysis to reduce overall time to solution without sacrificing accuracy

Published: 14 April 2021

On Tuesday, May 12th at 10am MDT, Coreform Director of Product Management Greg Vernon will demonstrate how Coreform’s isogeometric analysis solver, Coreform IGA, can predict failure onset of a mechanical part.

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Webinar: Powered by Python

Expanding functionality and automating advanced workflows with Coreform Cubit's Python API.

Published: 12 March 2021

Coreform’s free webinar series continues with this long-awaited look into Coreform Cubit’s Python API. In this webinar, Cubit expert Gregory Vernon will demonstrate how to use Coreform Cubit’s Python API to extend and maximize the power of Cubit.

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Webinar: Coreform Cubit as a powerful front-end for third-party solvers

Dr. Anatoly Vershinin will demonstrate how Cubit is used with CAE Fidesys, highlighting geophysical and geomechanical applications.

Published: 2 March 2021

Coreform’s free webinar series continues with this fascinating look into using Coreform Cubit as a front-end with a third-party solver. Dr.

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Webinar: Guidelines for Creating a Mesh for CFD in Coreform Cubit

Yoshiteru Tokuyama from M&T will demonstrate the right way to create a CFD mesh that will give you accurate simulation results

Published: 9 February 2021

Announcing our latest free webinar, presented by our colleague and friend Mr. Yoshiteru Tokuyama. An expert in CFD mesh creation, Mr.

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Coreform wins government grant to develop efficient simulation for complex 3D printed lattice structures

The leading developer of commercial spline-based simulation software, announces its receipt of a substantial government grant to explore a new method for simulating parts for 3D printed manufacturing.

Published: 2 February 2021

Lattice structure patterns are becoming attractive to auto and airplane engineers because of their high strength-to-weight ratios. However, until now, these structures have been too complex for computers to be able to analyze them for things like stress reactions or collapse responses.

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Coreform Cubit Basics tutorial webinar: Hex meshing with Coreform Cubit

Advanced hex meshing techniques to take you to the next level

Published: 21 January 2021

Coreform’s webinar series will feature a tutorial in hex meshing on Tuesday, January 26th at 2pm. This free online instructional class is available to anyone, at all levels of interest in finite element analyis or isogeometric analysis.

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Webinar: Introduction to Coreform IGA

Greg Vernon will demystify IGA and demonstrate its potential for revolutionizing finite element analysis.

Published: 21 January 2021

Watch the webinar recording here Coreform’s webinar series will feature an isogeometric analysis (IGA) event on Tuesday, February 9th at 10am.

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Coreform partners with INL to improve open-source modeling and simulation tool MOOSE

The collaboration makes advanced nuclear reactor modeling and simulation faster, less costly and more efficient.

Published: 20 January 2021

Long before an advanced nuclear reactor begins to generate power or another complicated project comes to life, researchers and engineers model and simulate it to ensure success.

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