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Autodesk CFD 2019.2 Released!

We are excited to announce that the CFD product team has launched the 2019.2 version of CFD! This release focused on enhancements to usability, specifically the UI performance and overall software stability.

In addition to updating the geometry libraries to support both of the latest Inventor 2020 and Revit 2020 releases,

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Moldflow Voxel Solver

In the past, complex 3D cooling analyses, such as conformal cooling and rapid heating and cooling, have used Moldflow’s Finite Element Meshing (FEM) solvers to mesh cooling channels. This technology originated from a link to Autodesk CFD software, where CFD would mesh the channels, then Moldflow would incorporate those meshed channels into it’s simulation to use toward thermal calculations.

Kilroy Kristen

Resolving Visual Defects

When looking for a new car, one of the first things that draw in a buyer is the way the vehicle looks. If the car’s side panels aren’t aligned, if the front hood has a wavy appearance, or if there are depressions on the bumper, those can all have a negative effect on the potential buyer’s interest,

Kilroy Kristen

Early days: When Injection Molding Computer Simulation Was Born.

The mind of a mold builder never ceases to amaze me. Their creativity, ingenuity, and intelligence makes them impeccable problem solvers, which is why I thought you might be interested in getting inside the mind of a fellow problem solver to learn how he came up with a very popular simulation software.

Kilroy Kristen
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Solution Adaptive Meshing within CFD – A Second Look

Take a deep dive into the recent improvements to the solution-adaptive meshing in Autodesk CFD 2019.1

Peggy Menzies

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