Tackle the Full Simulation Lifecycle With CMB

The Computational Model Builder (CMB) leverages several powerful open-source tools and integrates them into an application framework that can be easily adapted to specific problem domains. CMB pulls the together tools and simulation codes such as Open-Cascade, Nek5000, Hydra-TH, DAKOTA, PHASTA, ParaView, MOAB, Albany, and MeshKit into a cohesive, end-to-end framework. This application framework approach allows scientists and engineers to focus on their domain expertise rather than worrying about the integration of disparate software and simulation codes. CMB is part of Kitware’s collection of commercially supported open-source platforms for software development.

CMB News

Kitware Energizes $1.15 Million Effort to Accelerate Multiphysics

Kitware Energizes $1.15 Million Effort to Accelerate Multiphysics

Effort seeks to aid scientists who develop particle accelerators. Kitware has embarked on Phase II of a Department of Energy (DOE) Small Business Innovation Research project to help scientists study … Read More

Extending ModelBuilder for Post-processing Simulations

Extending ModelBuilder for Post-processing Simulations

Advanced simulation workflows often require the application of several tools to aid in constructing geometric domains, in generating meshes, in modeling simulation information such as boundary conditions and material properties, … Read More

Kitware Announces Exascale Exhibition at SC15

To share our latest developments in exascale visualization, we are pleased to announce that we will once again be part of the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage … Read More

Representing Geometric Models with SMTK

Representing Geometric Models with SMTK

Over the last several decades, the introduction of high-performance computing (HPC) simulation practices has enabled scientists to model complex physical systems. It has also resulted in improved products and manufacturing … Read More

Source: blog.kitware.com

Kitware Platforms

CMake 3.10.0-rc2 is ready for testing

CMake 3.10.0-rc2 is ready for testing

I am proud to announce the second CMake 3.10 release candidate. https://cmake.org/download/ Documentation is available at: https://cmake.org/cmake/help/v3.10 Release notes appear below and are also published at https://cmake.org/cmake/help/v3.10/release/3.10.html Some of the … Read More

Kitware at IEEE Vis 2017

Kitware at IEEE Vis 2017

During the first week of October took place IEEE Vis 2017 in Phoenix, AZ. Kitware supported this event and was involved in at least 3 presentations, 2 of them took … Read More

CMake 3.10.0-rc1 is ready for testing

CMake 3.10.0-rc1 is ready for testing

I am proud to announce the first CMake 3.10 release candidate. https://cmake.org/download/ Documentation is available at: https://cmake.org/cmake/help/v3.10 Release notes appear below and are also published at https://cmake.org/cmake/help/v3.10/release/3.10.html Some of the … Read More

CMake 3.9.4 available for download

CMake 3.9.4 available for download

We are pleased to announce that CMake 3.9.4 is now available for download. Please use the latest release from our download page: https://cmake.org/download/ Thanks for your support! Changes in 3.9.4 … Read More

Python Packages for ITK Modules

Python Packages for ITK Modules

Recently, the Insight Toolkit (ITK) was made available in binary Python packages. While these packages make the core high-performance, multi-dimensional image analysis capabilities more accessible in Python, the brilliant researchers … Read More

Source: blog.kitware.com

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