Further, multiple frames can be rendered in parallel, either on a stand alone multi-core computer or on a cluster running Windows HPC Server 2008.
The ability to run high-quality renderers in parallel means it's never been easier or faster to create great looking movies of your Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) results with Caedium.
Another focus of this release is improved 3D visualization performance in terms of display speed and easier, faster picking. Plots and monitors have also seen major improvements with the addition of new interactive view controls for panning and zooming.
Numerous improvements to physics and simulation controls include:
New heat flux specification option for temperature
New volume (incompressible) and mass (compressible) flow rate specifications for outlets
New Atmospheric Boundary Layer (ABL) specification for inlets
New slip condition as an alternative to symmetry local for outer boundaries
New Time Stops allow you to bookmark simulation times