What's New in Particleworks 7.0 글 편집

New features and improvements

User Interface

  • “Copy & Paste” of objects
  • Periodic motion setting
  • Multiple scene comparison
  • Task management window
  • Multi-view
  • Displaying coordinates and distance
  • Graphs on screen
  • Snapshot
  • Cross-section

Pre-processing and Post-processing

  • Reduction of generation time and file size for distance function
  • Faster mapping
  • Improved video output

Customization with the SDK

  • Added ViewerAPI and Python API
  • Added File I/O API


For more information about Particleworks V7.0.0 or Granuleworks V2.0.0, Please refer to Particleworks Brochure or contact FunctionBay, Inc. (info@functionbay.com

Examples of the new features

User Interface - Periodic motion setting

By checking the ‘Repeat’ checkbox, you can now define periodic motion in a single cycle of motion.

  • Periodic motion settings for the duration of the event are no longer necessary.

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<Crankshaft and piston behavior >


Pre-processing - Reducing the time and size of distance function generation

Generation time and file size for distance function during pre-processing have been reduced

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<Gearbox>


Solver – Conjugate heat transfer

Transient heat transfer analysis for structures that do not use particles walls has been added, allowing for stand-alone fluid-structure heat transfer analysis.

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<Temperature change of a coffee cup>


Air-Flow CFD solver (beta)

  • This feature is currently in development and may be changed without notice in the next version
  • Incompressible air-flow solver has been implemented
    • Moving boundaries can be handled.
  • 2-phase flow can be calculated

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<Gear sloshing including airflow>


For more information about Particleworks V7.0.0 or Granuleworks V2.0.0, Please refer to Particleworks Brochure or contact FunctionBay, Inc. (info@functionbay.com