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ICEM CFD V4.2 Released
Posted Fri May 03, 2002 @10:18AM
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Grid Generation ICEM CFD has released the latest version of its pre- and post-processing software. ICEM CFD Version 4.2 contains significant enhancements over the previous version:


  • undo
  • curve projection to surface
  • geometry clean-up/repair improvements
  • faceted surface between two curves


  • Tetra - better leak repair tools
  • Tetra - speed improvements
  • Tetra - prism improvements
  • Tetra - multi-processor support
  • HEXA - edge smoothing
  • HEXA - undo in replay mode
  • HEXA - move vertex normal to surface
  • AutoHexa - improved GUI
  • AutoHexa - tree structure to save/create data
  • CART3D - cartesian mesher for aerospace geometries
  • Edit Mesh - special bar element configuration
  • Edit Mesh - extrusion along curve
  • Edit Mesh - better mesh repair control
  • Output - new interfaces for Attila, LL-Dyna3D, LS-Dyna3D, Trio-U, SpecElem, MAZe, TSAR, N3S-Natur, CSP, FEAST, SAUNA, VRML2
  • Direct CAD - converts GEMS, Capri, IDI, I-DEAS, ProE, Cadds, Acis, DWG and Tecplot mesh files to tetin format


  • more options in streams manager
  • multiple simulaneous views

For more information, visit What's New with ICEM CFD Engineering.

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