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We regularly publish tips to help our users utilize the software efficiently and productively.  These can range from how-to's to full physics explanations. Below are the latest tips for each category.  Click on the links near each category to see the full set of tips (there are 200+ tips in the system!)

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CFD-ACE+ Tips [more...]

A note on output files generated in a typical CCP simulation

This tip provides an explanation about all the important files that are written by the solver when running a CCP Simulation


CFD-FASTRAN Tips [more...]

CFD-FASTRAN/CFD-ACE+ coupling for thermal environment simulations

In certain applications, different regions of the computational domain experiences flow conditions that are so different that it is very difficult for a single solver to produce accurate results at the extremes. In many situations, such problems can be separated and solved using loosely coupled solvers. Each solver is chosen to provide highly accurate solutions for the prevailing flow conditions.


CFD-GEOM Tips [more...]

Auto Empty Folders option in CFD-GEOM

When importing large models into CFD-GEOM, you may notice that certain entities listed in the Model Manager may have a red box around them.


CFD-VisCART Tips [more...]

Using Region sources in CFD-VisCART

In order to control grid spacing at user-defined locations, mesh sources are a common tool in CFD-VisCART (Figure 1). Point, Line, Curve, Plane, Box and Surface sources have been available for several years. Cylinder and Sphere sources were introduced a few years back. To extend this tool set further, CFD-VisCART V2013.0 introduced Region sources.


CFD-VIEW Tips [more...]

Importing an arbitrary STL surface for post-processing in CFD VIEW

When using the Arbitrary-Cut operator, you have the option to directly import an external surface in STL format into the model. This option, which was first made available in V2013.4, underwent significant performance improvements in V2014.0. This option provides the ability to plot data and process information on any arbitrarily shaped surface. The import process involves reading the STL file and computing the intersections between this surface and the model’s volume cells. Results on the imported surface are interpolated from the intersected volume cells and are independent of the surface mesh size of the STL as long as the surface is properly represented.


CFD-CADalyzer Tips [more...]

Using a template CDL file for quick case set up in CFD-CADalyzer

If your simulations with CFD-CADalyzer typically include the same or similar type of physics, materials and boundary conditions then you can make the case setup process very efficient and quick with the use of a template file - a CDL file that includes the typical simulation settings.


CFD-TOPO Tips [more...]

CFD-ACE+ and CFD-TOPO Coupling

There is a growing demand and challenge in different industries, especially semiconductor and MEMS areas, to have increased wafer size with reduced feature size, i.e. high quality process uniformity.


General Tips [more...]

Model clipping feature in CFD-VisCART and CFD-GEOM

For better visualization of the geometry and mesh, a model clipping feature was introduced in CFD-VisCART and CFD-GEOM V2013.0. The following sections illustrate the usage and benefits of this feature.


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