Tecplot 360 post-processing software developer for CFD data visualisation has announced its 2022 R1 release, it hopes will add ease of use for large analysis datasets with better-quality images and output.
Tecplot believe’s visual analysis is the key to ‘unlocking information hidden in complex data’, that can lead to world-changing discoveries and innovation, and is aware that as more simulations are undertaken, making the tools easy to understand and communicate is key.
Tecplot 360 offers a suite of CFD visualisation and analysis tools that can handle large data sets, automate workflows, and visualise parametric results. Three powerful modules in this tool include:
PyTecplot – a Python API for automating workflows
Chorus – an analytics tool for exploring large datasets composed of multiple solutions or experiments
SZL Server – a client-server module for accessing data remotely
Tecplot say the release includes integrated XY, 2D and 3D plotting speeds data analysis for increased productivity, as well as being easy-to-use, fast and memory efficient. PyTecplot, Chorus, and SZL Server are available for customers on maintenance service and anyone who downloads a free trial of the software.
A spokesperson for Tecplot, said: “Not only do they empower engineers and scientists to visualise, analyse, and understand information in simulation and test data results, but through their high-resolution images and animations, they help them clearly communicate their results to stakeholders.
“More CFD simulations are being run, grid sizes are getting larger, and data sets are being stored remotely. It’s essential that you have the right tools to handle large data sets, automate workflows, and visualize parametric results.Tecplot 360 helps you spend less time waiting and more time discovering.”
Highlights of Tecplot 360 2022 R1 include:
- High Order Element Technology Preview
- LaTeX Support in Contour Legends
- TecIO Performance Improvements
- Loader Updates and Performance Improvements
- Supported Version Updates