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SimScale is a cloud-based engineering simulation platform that is revolutionizing the computer-aided engineering (CAE) sector by providing access to CFD, FEA and thermal analysis 100% via a standard web browser and to one of the largest CAE communities in the world. 

With simulation functionality ranging from solid mechanics, fluid dynamics to thermal simulation, every SimScale user has access to state of the art simulation methods and the necessary computing resources. 

SimScale's mission is to democratize CAE by empowering engineers, designers, scientists, and students to create their products better, faster and more cost-efficiently. By harnessing the power of the cloud and cutting-edge simulation technology, SimScale is not just another CAE software but an ecosystem in which simulation functionality, content, and people are brought together in one place. 

You can try it for free by creating a Community account or starting a 14-day trial for the Professional account.

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