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csimsoft Releases Trelis 16.5
Enhanced Meshing Algorithm and Visualization
Published: 28 February 2018
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, February 28, 2018 — csimsoft, a leading developer of simulation tools for computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis, today announced the general release of Trelis 16.5.
The release includes meshing improvements to the tetmesher include improved triangle and tetrahedral algorithms that increase the success of generating a tetrahedral mesh of complex geometries. Additionally, the visualization subsystem has been updgraded to VTK 8.0, using OpenGL2.
"Trelis gives engineers confidence that the mesh they send to their analysis tool will give them accurate results," said Paul Ressler, csimsoft Director of Sales and Marketing. "We focus on meshing so engineers can spend their time doing engineering."
csimsoft is a leading developer of simulation tools for generating high-quality precision meshes for computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis. csimsoft, founded in 2004 to commercialize Sandia National Laboratory's Cubit software , is now the sole provider of the enhanced meshing tool, known as Trelis. csimsoft is headquartered in Utah. For more information, visit www.coreform.com
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