Webinar: Ceetron 3D Components for the CFD and FEA communities
(23.04.2015) If you are a CFD or FEA engineer who works with models with 1-10 million degrees of freedom (or more), has a requirement for supporting the sharing of engineering models across organizational boundaries, and expects visualization performance that delivers lightning-quick interactivity.
Then you will want to attend this webinar on Ceetron 3D Components, Ceetron’s third-generation visualization platform for OEMs in CFD and FEA space.
Date: Wednesday, 29 April 2015
Time: 15:00 Europe Summer Time (GMT+02:00)
Duration: One hour
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3D Components’ natural abstraction level and intuitive visualization concepts will allow us to develop a mini post-processor in just 45 minutes during the webinar, including:
• Developing a simple app UI that runs natively on multiple platforms;
• Creating a model and visualizing it;
• Inserting cutting planes and iso-surfaces;
• Exporting the model in VTFx format and viewing it in Ceetron’s free viewer.
The webinar will also cover:
• The component structure in 3D Components;
• Integration support (Qt, Win32, and wxWidgets);
• Ceetron’s road map for 3D Components;
• Any technical questions you may have.
Who should attend:
1. Developers that develop 3D visualization solutions for the FEA and CFD community;
2. Technical management in organizations evaluating new visualization platforms (some coding experience may be advantageous).
When we receive your registration, we will send a confirmation email with instructions on how to join the meeting. If you have already registered, you do not need to register again.
Presented by Fredrik Viken, CTO at Ceetron.
About the presenter:
Fredrik Viken is the CTO of Ceetron. He has a M.Sc. in computer science from NTNU, and twenty years of experience architecting advanced 3D technology solutions for the CAE community, primarily from the vendor side.
This is the first in a series of technical webinars on Ceetron’s 3D Components. Subsequent webinars will include advanced result interpretation (e.g., transient data, cut-planes, iso-surfaces, vectors, particle-traces), models with adaptive and complex geometries, CAE data import, and other topics, depending on feedback from current and prospective webinar participants.