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ELEMENTS 3.5.2 and 4.0.0 (Beta) Release Now Available

The release features advanced open-source computational fluid dynamics for automotive design.

The release features advanced open-source computational fluid dynamics for automotive design.

ELEMENTS 3.5.2 is mainly focused on bug fixes and code refinements to remove known issues found in the previous release 3.5.1. Image courtesy of ENGYS.


ENGYS has released ELEMENTS 3.5.2, an open-source based computational fluid dynamics software suite for vehicle design applications produced by Streamline Solutions LLC. This release also includes new versions of the add-on modules ELEMENTS-Adjoint and ELEMENTS-Coupled.

ELEMENTS 3.5.2 is mainly focused on bug fixes and code refinements to remove known issues found in the previous release 3.5.1. The fixes cover all aspects of the product, including the graphical user interface, meshing, setup utilities, flow solvers and documentation. A complete list of changes and additions in this new version of ELEMENTS is provided as part of the Release Notes delivered with the software.

Additionally, ENGYS announces the start of the pre-release testing program for ELEMENTS 4.0.0. The first release candidate of ELEMENTS 4.0.0 (RC1) and its associated add-ons are now available to all existing ELEMENTS customers. ENGYS will provide new release candidates every 1 or 2 weeks until the final official release scheduled at the end of Q1 2023. The company encourages all ELEMENTS customers to try 4.0.0 and send the company feedback.

To get started with ELEMENTS 3.5.2 and 4.0.0, log in to the ENGYS Customer Portal and proceed to the Downloads section to retrieve the latest installation files for Linux and Windows.

If you are not  a user of ELEMENTS already, contact ENGYS to schedule a live demonstration and learn how several automotive original equipment manufacturers, tier-1 suppliers and F1 teams are already using the company's products.

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

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