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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 →

Deciding between Open Source and Proprietary CFD software

Companies are deploying open source CFD software in a range of different ways. Although we know of no formal measures available, it seems from anecdotal evidence that it’s use is growing. We often encounter companies in the process of either making the decision to switch to open source CFD software or after the decision has.. 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 →

A database of our published work now available

We have added a database of our peer reviewed publish work through our careers along with presentations from recent conferences. This database will continue to grow over time as more papers and presentations are added. read more →

Caelus 5.04 released

The next major version of Caelus, 5.04, was released on April 27. It has been 6 months since the last release and we’ll continue to stick to our bi-annual releases with 5.10 coming in October. It has many algorithmic improvements, new features and bug fixes. Here’s a brief list: Improved interpolation schemes and boundary gradient.. read more →

Caelus OSX benchmark results

In a previous post we compared the run time performance for Caelus 4.10 on six of the supported operating systems (Windows 7 Pro, Windows 8.1, Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 14.04, RedHat EL 6.x, RedHat EL 7.x). Thius article presents the Mac OSX 10.9.5 and 10.10.1 results for the motorbike tutorial. To facilitate comparison each operating system.. read more →

New Pointwise License. Get a 3D Mouse. Free!

For a limited time, Applied CCM Pty Ltd and Applied CCM Canada are offering new customers or current customers adding a license of Pointwise a SpaceMouse Wireless for free.    read more →

OpenFOAM®: Two-Day Advanced course – Melbourne – April 2015

Dr Darrin Stephens  will deliver this two-day advanced course in Melbourne on 23rd and 24th April 2015. Participants in the course will learn the layout of the OpenFOAM library, how to copy and compile a solver. In addition, introduction to C++ programming language, creation of the new turbulence model as a part of the existing OpenFOAM library.. 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 →