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Symscape Releases Caedium v5.2 with Improved Heat Transfer and More
Posted Wed January 29, 2014 @12:53PM
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News Symscape has released Caedium v5.2 with improved heat transfer featuring radiation and "bullet time" animations for your Computational Fluid Dynamics simulations.

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Radiation
More accurately simulate heat transfer where radiant effects are significant with the new radiation option in Caedium. Select from either the Discrete Ordinance or P1 radiation models.

Bullet Time
Mimic the bullet time effect popularized in the Matrix movie using Caedium. You can now freeze a particle animation and continue to move a camera.

GPU
Try the latest NVIDIA Tesla accelerators with the Caedium CUDA GPU linear solver option using CUDA 5.5.

Subsystem Update
Realize faster and more robust operations with major updates to all the Caedium subsystems: Open Cascade, OpenFOAMŪ, VTK, and wxWidgets.

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