Three Point Map in Three Hours

Three Point Map in Three Hours

bramble has been developed to allow engineers to run more simulations and do more analysis. This article introduces our newest queuing option, ashdown.640, and demonstrates how it enables us to regularly run full-car simulations on a Three Point Map in just three...
Developing at the Extreme

Developing at the Extreme

When developing aerodynamics in CFD, we need to test our designs in the flow conditions we might expect in reality.  The further our test deviates from real life, the less likely it will be that our performance gains will be realised. Over the years that we’ve been...
Preparing Geometry for CFD

Preparing Geometry for CFD

No matter what CFD platform you are using, you will undoubtedly have to make CAD geometry ready for use in a simulation.  This guide details what is involved in preparing the geometry for bramble. For bramble, CAD needs to be turned into a triangulated mesh format...
How to Run an Aero-Map in CFD

How to Run an Aero-Map in CFD

Are you after a competitive edge in your race-car aerodynamic setup? Building a lap-simulation?  Or just wanting to understand how your vehicle’s performance varies in real world conditions?  Then an aero-map is an invaluable tool in your engineering arsenal. An...