ENGYS Releases HELYX v4.2.0

ENGYS has announced the release of HELYX version 4.2.0. HELYX v4.2.0 empowers engineers worldwide to tackle complex fluid dynamics challenges with confidence.

What’s New in HELYX v4.2.0

HELYX v4.2.0 introduces several new capabilities and improvements, including:

  • Advanced Automation: enhanced Python Journaling system and Macro Library for seamless automation of simulation tasks.
  • New Geometry tab: to load, manage and manipulate CAD files and suface data in the GUI prior to meshing.
  • Improved Mesh Generation: new Multi-Mesh interface for generating complex meshes by combining multiple grids into single-region or multi-region domains.
  • Extended Unified Solver Framework: new solver models and extended physics to enable modular multi-physics simulations for complex engineering problems.
  • New Boundary Conditions: for more accurate and realistic simulations, enhancing simulation fidelity.
  • Enhanced Visualization: new Turbo post-processing tools for detailed turbo machinery design and analysis, including a dedicated interface to CFturbo.

Accessing HELYX v4.2.0

Existing users of HELYX can access version 4.2.0 by logging in to the ENGYS Customer Portal and navigating to the Downloads section. Installation files are available for Linux and Windows operating systems.

Learn More about HELYX v4.2.0

To learn more about HELYX 4.2.0 and its features, join us in this on-demand webinar where we discuss the new features and demonstrate how they can benefit your CFD projects.

Explore HELYX v4.2.0 at ENGYS UGM 2024

Discover more about HELYX v4.2.0 at the ENGYS User Group Meeting (UGM) at Brooklands Museum, UK, from October 23 to 25, 2024. Join us for a full-day HELYX workshop session and two days packed with presentations, insights, and networking with CFD experts. Registrations are free and can be completed on the ENGYS UGM website.

About ENGYS:

ENGYS develops, supports, and delivers best-in-class, enterprise CFD software solutions based on open-source technologies. Their main software products include HELYX and ELEMENTS, along with specialized add-on modules for adjoint-based optimization and advanced flow simulations. ENGYS operates globally through a network of offices and distributors, serving engineers and researchers worldwide.

For more information, visit https://engys.com/.

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