Using Coreform Cubit and Azore for a Complete CFD Workflow

September 6, 2023, Livonia, MI - Coreform CubitTM and Azore® CFD are teaming up for a free webinar, presented by Dr. Jeff Franklin, P.E., CFD expert and lead developer of Azore. Register here to join the live webinar on September 21, 2023 11am Eastern Time (9am Mountain Time).

Coreform Cubit and Azore CFD are powerful tools in your CFD toolbox. With this combination, users get a built-in workflow that covers the entire CFD process, all the way from CAD preparation to postprocessing. Using two real-world examples, Dr. Franklin will walk users through a complete CFD workflow:

  • How Coreform Cubit and Azore fit within the CFD pipeline
  • Mesh preparation in Coreform Cubit with scripting
  • Mesh export to Azore CFD
  • Setting up a simulation in Azore
  • Running and monitoring a simulation
  • Post-processing/visualization in Azore

Both Coreform Cubit and Azore are beginner-friendly, but also come fully packed with advanced tools and capabilities. Both have feature-rich user interfaces with intuitive menus that walk users naturally through the CFD process. Expert users can take advantage of advanced scripting languages and command line operation to further streamline their workflows.

Join us for the webinar and learn more about using Azore CFD after mesh generation for analyzing fluid flow and heat transfer. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions after Dr. Franklin’s presentation.


About Azore CFD

Azore CFD is a practical, affordable software tool that CFD analysts can trust. Azore provides accurate flow and heat transfer simulations for a wide range of industries, from manufacturing to energy. It is known for its ease of use, advanced polyhedral solver, and flexible licensing plans that meet the needs of today’s organizations. Contact Azore CFD to schedule a personal demo. To explore on your own, the company is offering a 30-day free trial, which customers can download at

About Coreform Cubit

Coreform Cubit is an advanced meshing toolkit for FEA and CFD developed by Sandia National Laboratory. Coreform is the sole commercial distributor of Cubit. Coreform also develops nextgeneration computer-aided engineering software based on isogeometric analysis. The Coreform IGA solver is based on smooth CAD spline geometry, offering greater accuracy than the faceted meshes used in legacy CAE software. Coreform was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Utah, USA.