BETA CAE Systems Release v20.0.0 of its Software Suite

Numerous tools and improvements included in this release.

Numerous tools and improvements included in this release.

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BETA CAE Systems has released v20.0.0 of its software suite.

There are many new tools and improvements in this release. BETA CAE Systems product line, with tools and solutions, addresses all challenges involved in the engineering simulation industry. It manages all bottlenecks introduced by modeling complexity in any application area, and offers a boost to the operations of the CAE modeling process as a whole.

There are new developments for mid-surface extraction and meshing in ANSA, with special attention to computational fluid dynamics processing demands. An example of the latter is the Conv2Poly function that can now be applied on Light Volume Representation meshes, completing the full process in light mode with memory and time reduction.

There's parallel volume meshing of multiple independent volumes via the functions that produce unstructured volume mesh. Look for extended capabilities of ANSA via the implementation of Virtual Reality in pre-processing. There are dedicated solutions on User Toolbar development in META for post-processing applications, augmenting development acceleration and robustness. Also check out the introduction and implementation of Machine Learning in BETA products, starting with RETOMO.

Customers who are served directly by BETA CAE Systems, or its subsidiaries, may download the new software, examples and documentation from their account on BETA CAE Systems' server. They can access their account through the “user login” link at the company's website.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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