Tdyn CFD+HT

Much more than just a CFD solver

Tdyn-RamSeries

The complete structural analysis solution

Tdyn-SeaFEM

The leading-edge platform for seakeeping analysis

Lognoter

Innovative platform for engineering and logistics IT solutions

Tdyn

The ultimate simulation technology

Tdyn features a comprehensive simulation suite that provides solution to nearly any engineering calculation need. The product offers a unique solution for structural, flow, heat transfer, coupled, multi-physics and seakeeping problems in a single integrated package. Tdyn is conceived to merge with your current engineering processes, increasing your productivity and helping you to optimize your designs. Tdyn introduces a variety of tools to interact with your analyses, allowing having a perfect control over the design process.

Tdyn CFD+HT

Much more than just a CFD solver

Much more than just a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver, Tdyn CFD+HT is an entire engineering solution for solving problems involving fluid and porous media flow, heat transfer and multi-physics.

At the heart of Tdyn CFD+HT is its leading finite calculus (FIC-FEM) solver technology, offering accurate solutions quickly and robustly. This analysis solution has been applied to the simulation of aerodynamics of buildings, water flow about ship hulls, glass bottle making processes and much more.

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Tdyn-RamSeries

The complete structural analysis solution

Complete finite element (FEM) environment for structural analysis, providing the ability to simulate every structural aspect of a product, thanks to its full range of capabilities to rapidly solve complex structural problems with ease.

Tdyn-RamSeries is a simulation solution that offers abilites such as linear statics, modal and three-dimensional structural analysis, linear and non-linear transient simulations, impact, coupled fluid-structure analyses, thermo mechanical studies, fatigue assessment and much more.

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Tdyn-SeaFEM

The leading-edge platform for seakeeping analysis

Suite of tools for the computational analysis of the effect of waves, wind and currents on naval and offshore structures, as well as for manoeuvring studies. Tdyn-SeaFEM has been developed for the most realistic seakeeping simulations of 3D multi-body radiation and diffraction problems, by solving potential flow equations in the time domain, using the finite element method on unstructured meshes.

Tdyn-SeaFEM features unique capabilities for global performance analysis of moored and/or connected systems subject to random sea states. Tdyn-SeaFEM applications include ships, semi-submersible and TLP platforms, FPSO systems, marine wind turbines and ocean energy harnessing devices.

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Lognoter

Innovative platform for engineering and logistics IT solutions

Cutting-edge development platform for engineering and logistics IT applications. Lognoter has been conceived to ease the creation of applications for data and knowledge management, focussing on user-friendliness and customizable work environments.

Lognoter applications include personal information management, e-logistics solutions, business process management, corporative knowledge and engineering simulations management solutions.

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News

  • 15April
    New Tdyn release
    15 April 2014

    A new Tdyn release with the latest updates of Tdyn CFD+HT , RamSeries and SeaFEM is now available in our download area

  • 25February
    New Tdyn CFD+HT success
    25 February 2014

    The 45m. superyacht M/Y Pride, built by Viudes Yachts, and engineered by Isonaval was presented at the last Monaco Yacht Show. The hull of M/Y Pride was successfully optimized for the best hydrodynamic performance using Tdyn CFD+HT. For further information, see the article published at 'Boat International' magazine.

  • 17December
    RamSeries Webinar course
    17 December 2013

    CompassIS will offer a new Webinar course focused on applying finite element techniques to structural analyses of laminated composite structures in the most effective manner next 9th January 2013. Further information here

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