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Platform Updates and Software Release Notes

Here are a few recent highlights:

NWChem 7.0.0 – A major version update for a premiere computational chemistry tool maintained at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).  Notable additions include support of quantum computing and new state-of-the-art functionals.  Read the full release notes here.

AutoForm TubeXpert – We onboarded AutoForm TubeXpert, a tool which simulates bending, forming, and hydroforming of tubes. We hope to continue expanding our partnership with AutoForm, a worldwide leader in manufacturing simulation software, with particular applicability to the automotive industry.  Learn more here.

Code_Aster 14.5.13 – Code_Aster is free software for numerical simulation in structural mechanics, developed mainly by the Electrotechnical and Mechanics of Structures Department of the EDF Research and Development Department.  This robust software is now available on the Rescale platform with MPI capability.  Learn more here.

M-Star CFD 2.7.59 – M-Star CFD is a modeling and simulation tool that provides highly accurate and detailed insights into complex fluid flow.  The tool is built to serve the needs of both engineering professionals and advanced researchers.  This software is now available on the Rescale platform for both Linux batch workflows and Windows GUI simulations.  Learn more here.

Siemens Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2020r1 – Simcenter STAR-CCM+ is a complete multiphysics solution for the simulation of products and designs operating under real-world conditions.  Version 15.02.009.

Orcina – OrcaFlex – 10.3b OrcaFlex is a design and analysis package for marine systems developed by UK-based Orcina. Common applications include offshore dynamics, mooring systems, defense, seabed stability and many others. Rescale currently supports OrcaFlex and Distributed OrcaFlex workflows.

 

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