Caelus 7.04 Released

The next major version of Caelus, 7.04, was released today. This release is the largest release to date with major new capabilities in both the library as well as application-based features. Here’s a summary of the new capabilities: cfMesh, a GPL meshing library from Creative Fields d.o.o. (https://sourceforge.net/projects/cfmesh/) PIMPLE-based incompressible transient solver with Lagrangian particle.. read more →

Caelus 6.04 released

The next major version of Caelus, 6.04, was released today. We’ll continue to stick to bi-annual releases with 6.10 coming in October. Much of the effort this release was spent overhauling interpolation schemes. Here’s a brief list: Restructuring of interpolation schemes (central and upwind) to use consistent limiting Overhaul of limiters to ensure TVD compliance.. read more →

Caelus 5.10 released

The next major version of Caelus, 5.10, was released on October 26. It has been 6 months since the last release and we’ll continue to stick to our bi-annual releases with 6.04 coming next April. The big addition was compressible capabilities as well a new turbulence model class and updates to the function objects. Here’s.. read more →

Applied CCM Announces Partnership with Celeritas Simulation Technology

MELBOURNE, AUS and OTTAWA, CAN (09 September 2015) Applied CCM Pty Ltd and Applied CCM Canada have announced partnership agreements with Celeritas Simulation Technologies LLC for worldwide sales and support of the Suggar++ overset grid assembly software. “We are pleased to be partnering with Applied CCM Pty Ltd and Applied CCM Canada.” said Ralph Noack,.. read more →

Applied CCM Canada

While I have been lurking in the background, helping out Applied CCM the past while, today I am officially announcing the launch of my company Applied CCM Canada. I started Applied CCM Canada to service the computational needs of Canada. My interests and efforts will be mutually aligned with Darrin and Applied CCM Pty Ltd. Discover more about Applied CCM here: http://www.appliedccm.ca/services… read more →

Porting a new solver to Caelus

I’ve been meaning to write an article about SCons and was having a hard time deciding how to present it. And procrastination might have been a factor as well. Anyway, a @caelus_cml twitter follower asked about porting a custom OpenFOAM solver to Caelus so explaining how do to that might be the best way to get started. Being.. read more →

Caelus: a new direction in open-source CFD

It’s been a busy last couple of months for Applied CCM. In fact, so busy I haven’t been able to write our first meaningful blog post! We’ve been busy with a lot things – customers, projects, conferences, a new website. But the most important activity was the release of our fork of OpenFOAM, called Caelus. There are.. read more →