Quarta, 13 de Dezembro de 2017

Newsletter da Tecplot Dezembro 2017

We are excited to announce the release of Tecplot 360 2017 R3. The highlights of this release include the ability to:

  • Control the Tecplot 360 interface from Python.
  • Add LaTeX fonts to your plots.
  • Load VTU and VTM file formats.
  • Extract slices and display iso-surfaces with more options.

Get the details on our website »

 
What's New in Tecplot 360 2017 R3
 

Getting Started with Tecplot 360


You may have noticed new video tutorials popping up on our website and on YouTube. We have created 22 new videos this past year!

Last week we pulled all of our Tecplot 360 training resources into a central location. Whether you are new to Tecplot 360 or have been using it for years, find everything you need at your fingertips.

Getting Started with Tecplot 360 »
 

 

Getting Started with Tecplot 360
 

SciTech 2018

January 9-12, 2018
Gaylord Palms Resort
Kissimmee, Florida

Visit us in exhibit booth #406 and find out what's new in our suite of visualization and analysis tools. Tecplot engineers will be there to give you one-on-one demos and to answer your questions. 
SciTech 2018
Tecplot invitation-only reception January 10, 6pm. Relax and enjoy pizza and beer with your favorite Tecplot engineers. You will also want to pick up your 2018 Tecplot T-shirt (while supplies last). Invitations are available at our booth #406.

Technical Presentation. Dave Taflin, PhD, one of our senior software engineers, has been working on the new SZL Server (released with Tecplot 360 2017 R1). Dave will present the paper, A Subzone-Based Client-Server Technique for I/O Efficient Analysis and Visualization of Large Remote Datasets, in the Visualization Workshop on Wednesday, January 10, 10:30-11:00 AM. 

Schedule a meeting with Tecplot at SciTech »
 

LOCI/Chem CFD Code Exports SZL File Format
 

TecIO has been a popular topic among customers implementing SZL file format. SZL Technology can dramatically speed up the visualization of large CFD data sets. This is accomplished by loading only those subzones (small chunks of data) that are needed for the desired visualization.

While it is possible to translate existing files into SZL format, it is better if the CFD codes directly output SZL files. Loci/CHEM now supports SZL file output from their utility.

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