FINE™/Open with OpenLabs™ v4.1 has been released

    Thanos Poulos     News     08.10.2014

NUMECA is pleased to announce the release of FINE™/Open with OpenLabs™ v4.1.

HEXPRESS™ and HEXPRESS™/Hybrid are also available as stand-alone for this major version 4.1. 

Several improvements have been introduced to ease your daily work with FINE™/Open with OpenLabs™ such as: 

  • Interactive and user-friendly 2D domain creation in HEXPRESS™
  • HEXPRESS™/Hybrid introduces conformal multiblock meshing
  • Possibility to insert the viscous layers on selected surfaces without propagating them to the neighboring selections in HEXPRESS™/Hybrid
  • FINE™/Open introduces multi-rank nonlinear harmonic method
  • The output by the flow solver has been improved, allowing the user to output all results for CFView™ into one single file
  • FINE™/Open introduces primary atomization and secondary breakup in the Lagrangian module
  • Much faster post processing of the results with the possibility to launch CFView™ in parallel
  • Possibility to compare two different projects and to match the colormap ranges easily in CFView™
  • Possibility to compute the meridional averaged solution for unstructured projects in CFView™

Further information about the software upgrade is available on NUMECA’s customer area.

Do not hesitate to contact sales@numeca.be to learn more about FINE™/Open with OpenLabs™ and its unique capabilities for both industrial and academic users!

For more details about FINE™/Open with OpenLabs™, please click here.

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Posted by Thanos Poulos

Thanos got a Mechanical Engineering degree from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece in 2011. After completing the mandatory military service, he went on to study to Turbomachinery Aeromechanics at the Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), the Université de Liège (Belgium) and Duke University (USA) through the THRUST Erasmus Mundus Programme where he obtained a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering while working on problems such the minimization of forcing in turbomachinery blades, engine start-up forced response analysis and non-synchronous vibrations. In 2014, he joined NUMECA as an account manager to manage the full sales cycle for the turbomachinery industry and since 2016 he is a Turbomachinery CFD Engineer helping other engineers solve their CFD problems and creating content to promote CFD in the turbomachinery industry.