Custom Web Apps
We offer browser-based solutions where we can wrap your flexible geometry model into an easy-to-use browser interface. There is no need to learn a new software to make use of the setup. If required, you can still access and modify your custom templates at any time. These templates can even contain full CFD setups, to quickly create and analyze a new design candidate.
Engineering solutions and customized apps on the basis of CAESES®
Your CAESES® web app can be hosted by us (in Germany), or we can assist you in hosting it within your company for full offline use. Here is a short video that demonstrates such a browser-based CAESES® app.
Custom apps for easy use
All examples given below are created with the desktop application of CAESES®. As soon as you click on a live preview, CAESES® is starting up on a remote server. The generated geometry data of the project is sent to your browser for visualization. You can interact with the 3D model, in particular, you can modify its shape parameters. The remote CAESES® instance regenerates the model according to your new parameter settings, and sends back the updated geometry to your browser. Finally, there is the option to download the modified geometry at the end of the live preview.
Note that these web apps are in a beta phase, this is still under development. Any feedback is welcome – just let us know 🙂
This is a model of an axial fan that can be found e.g. in PC cooling devices. This demo allows you to change the blade shape by using typical parameters such as chord length and pitch angle.
This is a demo model of a stator which includes endwall contouring. The model contains a set of parameters that can be changed, and you can download the final geometry.
Change the shape of this speedboat and receive a closed fluid domain as STL for meshing the geometry with CFD tools. This demo also includes the possibility to download the fluid domain.
This is a simple parametric model of a drone propeller with a set of fancy parameters. Try it out and generate your own drone blade geometry that can be directly downloaded.
Here is a geometry model for a turbine exit casing. Change the radii, the volume of the scroll and the transition from the scroll to the outlet.
This is a demo of a parametric piston bowl with automated adjustment of the compression ratio. The final geometry can be downloaded as colored STL or in CONVERGE CFD format.
This is a ship hull model we have worked on within the R&D project HOLISHIP. Thanks also to our partners from CETENA. Includes typical parameters and a free geometry download at the end.
We can create your custom app on the basis of CAESES® that is absolutely easy to use and which runs in a browser. It can be hosted online, or by yourself without the need of Internet access.