Photo Release -- Exa Releases PowerDELTA 2.0, Integrates PowerCLAY Real-Time Morphing to Streamline Simulation Model Preparation

Burlington, Massachusetts, UNITED STATES

BURLINGTON, Mass., Oct. 29, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exa® Corporation (Nasdaq:EXA), a global innovator of fluids simulation solutions for product engineering, today announced the release of PowerDELTA® 2.0, extending Exa's leadership as a complete simulation solutions provider. In addition to new functionality, PowerDELTA 2.0 has now integrated Exa's patented PowerCLAY® real-time, studio-quality, mesh morphing technology providing a single simulation mesh preparation platform. Merging Exa's two powerful simulation preparation products marks a major milestone toward our goal of automating the model preparation process, giving engineers more time to analyze simulation results and improve product performance.

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Preparing a model for simulation has traditionally been a long, labor-intensive process. PowerDELTA significantly automates this process using a flexible, feature-based, template-driven approach. PowerDELTA 2.0 delivers new interactive 3D capabilities to rapidly sort and organize thousands of components — further reducing the amount of manual work required to prepare models for the automated meshing process.

With the now included PowerCLAY morphing, engineers can easily produce parametrically driven, simulation-ready model variations directly within PowerDELTA. This provides the parametric shape modification capabilities needed for automated optimization and design space exploration. "The typical process of waiting for updated design iteration CAD models from component engineering or the design studio can take days or even weeks," said Alexander Mackenzie, Vice President of Product Management for Exa Corporation. "Morphing the simulation-ready model offers an alternative process that takes minutes and allows rapid simulation and analysis of many design alternatives. With PowerDELTA 2.0, engineering teams can efficiently use simulation to achieve deep understanding of the tradeoffs between design changes and performance."

"We provide expert engineering services to many of the top U.S. commercial vehicle manufacturers," remarked Kevin Horrigan, Exa's Director of Application Engineering for Heavy Vehicles North America. "The team has realized significant time savings using PowerDELTA and with the PowerCLAY morphing features now integrated into one powerful application, we have accelerated the process of design optimization by seamlessly handling meshing and morphing within the same tool. It has never been faster or easier to get models simulation-ready."

About Exa Corporation

Exa Corporation develops, sells and supports simulation software and services to enhance product performance, reduce product development costs and improve the efficiency of design and engineering processes. Our simulation solutions enable our customers to gain crucial insights about design performance early in the design cycle, thus reducing the likelihood of expensive redesigns and late-stage engineering changes. As a result, our customers realize significant cost savings and fundamental improvements in their engineering development process. Our products include, PowerFLOW®, PowerDELTA®, PowerCLAY®, PowerVIZ®, PowerSPECTRUM®, PowerACOUSTICS®, PowerINSIGHT®, PowerCOOL® and PowerTHERM® along with professional engineering consulting services. A partial customer list includes: AGCO, BMW, Ford, Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover, Kenworth, MAN, Nissan, Peterbilt, Renault, Scania, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Volvo Trucks.

Founded in 1991, the company is headquartered at 55 Network Drive, Burlington, MA, USA 01803. Tel: 1.781.564.0200; Fax: 1.781.564.0299; Email:; URL:; (Nasdaq:EXA)

Exa, PowerFLOW, DIGITAL PHYSICS, PowerDELTA, PowerCLAY, PowerVIZ, PowerINSIGHT, PowerCOOL, PowerTHERM and PowerACOUSTICS are registered trademarks of Exa Corporation

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New PowerDELTA(R) release from Exa integrates PowerCLAY(R) real-time morphing

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