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What's New in Software Update 1.27

The newest version of OnScale 1.27 has been released! Some features and enhancements include: Parameterization of advanced geometric shapes Improved user experience in Designer mode Post-processing enhancements Parameterization of advanced geometric shapes Our newest release allows users working in Designer mode to run parametric sweeps in order to understand how variations in particular geometry might affect their results. Although parameterization of simple shapes (cuboid, sphere, cylinder) was available in previous releases, the current OnScale release allows the parameterization of the more advanced polyhedron, tetrahedron, and hexahedron shapes Improved user experience in Designer mode The latest release has a smoother user workflow and improved error message reporting. Static Analysis capability has also been improved in the Designer mode Post-processing enhancements  Additional enhancements to Designer mode and Post Processing capabilities provide smoother workflow through the entire process of creating a model, running simulations on the cloud, and post-processing the results It is now easier to display iso-contours and apply cutting planes to axisymmetric model while post-processing the results

What's New in Software Update 1.26

Since it is the giving season, our team at OnScale give you the gift of v1.26! We are happy to announce more features and helpful changes to our platform. This brings an array of new features, improvements and bug fixes. In this update you can: Add Primitives to 2D Models Use an expanded selection of boundary conditions Use calculations and equations within the parameter table Create Time Averages as outputs Archive multiple jobs at once

Event: Exclusive OnScale 2-Day Master Class In Korea

As OnScale's Atlanta training has drawn to a close, we wish to thank everyone that attended our training course. We have also listened to your feedback on other events and we are happy to announce that OnScale will have another training event in South Korea at the Pangyo Education Center from the 24th of January to the 25th, 2019. This course is our recommended starting point for learning how to use OnScale, you'll develop skills on your future modeling, and design optimization work.

What's New in Software Update 1.25.3

In case you missed it, OnScale has been updated to v1.25.3. We are happy to announce more features and helpful changes to our platform, to ensure we remain a cutting edge multi-physics solver with unique capabilities.

What's New in Software Update 1.24.0

With v1.24.0 landing today, OnScale are happy to announce a plethora of highly sought-after updates for new features, improvements and bug fixes as well as one that’s been in the works for a while.

What's New in Software Update 1.21.0

v1.21.0 brings a couple of new features, improvements and  bug fixes . This update: Adds multiple UI/UX improvements that significantly improves user workflow Will alert you about upcoming updates and prompt you to download the latest software version when it is released Lets you run multiple jobs in multiple tabs Allows you to continue your work while you are downloading results Fixes multiple bugs and issues reported in previous versions

Customer Stories: Verathon Incorporated

OnScale is the global leader in Cloud computer aided engineering (CAE), running world-class multi-physics solvers on its Cloud HPC platform. Our platform empowers engineers to accelerate innovation for next-generation products such as 5G smartphones, Internet of Things (IoT) and biomedical devices and driverless car products. OnScale prides itself in offering engineering customers the ability to design and optimize product development cycles. OnScale customer Dr. Kendall Waters, of Verathon Incorporated, recently sat down with us to describe how using OnScale Cloud CAE tools quicken development times, tightens interactions between engineering teams and makes prototyping significantly more efficient.

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