BETA CAE Systems Releases v24.1.0 of its Software Suite

One of the features is advanced algorithm of Hybrid mesh on casted parts.

One of the features is advanced algorithm of Hybrid mesh on casted parts.

BETA CAE Systems announces that just a few months after the launch of v24.0.0, v24.1.0 offers an upgrade in implementations of the v24.x.x series, and introduces new additions.

As the release of v24.1.0 refers to ANSA, EPILYSIS, META, KOMVOS and FATIQ, working in an integrated, all-in-one environment aims to increase collaboration.

Features include the following:

  • Implementations in eXtended Reality, such as the Human Body Articulation within ANSA VR
  • Advanced algorithm of Hybrid mesh on casted parts
  • Enhanced Layers generation for computational fluid dynamics analysis, with new options and improved transition
  • New features for Contact analysis in EPILYSIS
  • Extended implementations in noise-vibration-harshness for post-processing, among which the export of Transfer Functions as FMU.
  • Algorithmic simulations and photorealistic visualizations of the SPH Solver
  • Unified DM functionality in ANSA, META and KOMVOS, offering report overview from Key Results stored in DM
  • Central management of application settings in KOMVOS, from the main DM library
  • Enriched calculation methods for Spot-weld fatigue analysis in FATIQ

Release Highlights

Combating model complexity with ANSA

Enhancements in model reduction have taken place in v24.1.0, among which the creation of Display Models and Reduced Models directly from Subsystems within the Model Browser, as part of the new Build Process. Coupled with Data Management that has also undergone upgrades, Simulation Runs and all their contents can now be recursively deleted through a single operation, provided that they are not used by other DM objects.

Data can now be transferred between DMs with improved performance with the optimized “Send to DM” functionality.

Meshing algorithms have been introduced in the new release: Automatic identification and fix of intersecting solid structural mesh and on-demand creation of compatible mesh on interface areas, as well as Hybrid mesh on casted parts. This Hybrid mesh functionality is coupled with automatic identification of thick areas and the middle mesh on thin and solid structural mesh on thick areas, leading to results coupled with efficiency and minimized turnaround time.

Enhancements in EPILYSIS

The most representative developments in EPILYSIS refer to the calculation of structural intensity flow for transient response for all element types, as well as the support of Modal Participation Factors for MFREQ with AMLS.

Advanced multidisciplinary post-processing in META

Post-processing for CFD analysis has gained significant ground with the implementation of high-quality Cut Planes for models with high order elements, increasing the resolution on high order meshes by cell subdivision. Furthermore, the Interactive Path editing, and Plot update allow for modifications of a Parametric Point Path in real time and automatic synchronization with the associated 2D Plot.

In the field of NVH, the export of Transfer Functions as FMU via Modal Parameter Estimation tool has now become a reality, along with full calculation of the unknown subsystem's Transfer Functions from the full assembly Transfer Functions.

Leveraging user experience with KOMVOS

A new KOMVOS Launcher facilitates the retrieval of application settings straight from the central DM Library, along with quick isolation of only data of interest throughout the Database Browser, without the need of specifying any filters.

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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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