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Trelis 15.0 Release Announce for March 12, 2014
csimsoft releases a new versio of its popular mesh generation software
Published: 6 March 2014
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, March 6, 2014 — csimsoft, a leading developer of advanced meshing tools for the CFD and FEA, announced the March 12 release of Trelis 15.0, a version upgrade of its popular Trelis meshing software. The new version includes significant enhancements to the software's ability to handle geometry preparation, improved meshing algorithms, and easy-to-use GUI. Additionally, with the release of version 15.0, csimsoft provides a developer's version for ISVs who want to add the high-end meshing capability of Trelis to their applications. A list of feature updates is available at the csimsoft website.
Trelis 15.0 is designed to meet the needs of csimsoft's expanding international customer base and solutions partners. "We continue to focus the development of Trelis on the needs of our rapidly growing, worldwide user base. Trelis 15.0 is a more powerful, best-in-class meshing tool that meets their specific needs," said Paul Ressler, csimsoft's Director of Sales and Marketing.
Trelis is based on the time-proven CUBIT™ code that has been developed for more than two decades by csimsoft in conjunction with Sandia National Laboratories. Trelis 15.0 provides powerful meshing tools that produce high-quality meshes and enhance the user experience.
csimsoft is a leading developer of pre- and post-processing solutions for the computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis communities. Delivering exceptional performance and outstanding value, csimsoft's award winning products are used every day by engineers in many of the world's largest organizations. csimsoft was founded in 2004 to commercialize Sandia National Laboratory's CUBIT software. csimsoft is headquartered in Utah, U.S.A.
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