csimsoft’s Trelis Provides Meshing Capability for SimulationForDesign Website

csimsoft and Fidesys technology combined into cloud-based solution for designers and engineers.

American Fork, UT, January 17, 2015 --(PR.com)-- csimsoft, a leading developer of simulation tools for the CFD and FEA communities, announced today that its mesh generation software, Trelis, is part of the SimulationForDesign (sim4design.com) website. The website was created by Fidesys, LLC to enable designers without simulation background to reliably evaluate structural performance (displacements and stresses) of design alternatives and make performance based design decisions early in the development cycle.

A key feature in the SimulationForDesign process is the robust automatic model meshing using csimsoft’s Trelis software. The mesh is then used for strength analysis with the commercially proven Fidesys solver. “SimulationForDesign gives designers a quick and affordable way to test and compare design options for structural performance before committing to a specific design. The process therefore significantly reduces the development cycle,” said Randy Morris, csimsoft’s managing director. “csimsoft’s high-end meshing and Fidesys’s FEM solver are a powerful combination.”

The analysis is done using Fidesys Online, Fidesys LLC’s linear static structural solver embedded in an easy-to-use environment planned with consideration for the needs of designers, not simulation specialists. SimulationForDesign is accessible through standard browsers and does not require installation of any application on the designer’s workstation.

Trelis is based on time-proven technology developed for more than two decades in conjunction with Sandia National Laboratories. Trelis also includes MeshGems™ Pre-CAD, CADSurf, and Tetra from Distene, the recognized world leader in triangle and tetrahedral meshing technologies. The combination of all three of these components provides our users with the best possible triangle and tetrahedral meshing solution.

For more information, visit the SimulationForDesign website (sim4design.com).
Paul Ressler
Boris Kushnir