Below is a list of all the components that are part of CEETRON Envision for Desktop. Please note that some of these components require a specific license feature. See License system for more information.
Core Component defines the base classes in CEETRON Envision. It includes classes for strings, vectors,
matrices and other basic types. There are no dependencies to OpenGL in this component.
Visualization Component contains the Ceetron Rendering Engine and is required in all
applications that will use the visualization capabilities of CEETRON Envision. It contains the
Overlay system as well as a
Geometry Component is the component to use for rendering pure geometry (as opposed to element models with results)
in CEETRON Envision. Effects like front and back color, opacity, texture mapping, etc. are supported in the Geometry Component.
It provides a
model that is highly optimized and can handle a large number of parts efficiently. This model is
especially well suited if the parts provided have equal/shared attributes like color, line width and so on.
UnstructGrid Component is by far the largest and most feature rich component in CEETRON Envision.
It is tailored towards support FEA and CFD type models and results, and leverages Ceetron’s 25 years knowledge in scientific visualization.
Export Component add Ceetron’s Share Everywhere technology to your application.
By adding VTFx export to your application, you can share your results on the cloud (Ceetron Cloud) and in the free Ceetron Viewers.
Import CAE [cee::imp::cae]
Import CAE Component provides a DataSource for the UnstructGrid Component that can read files from
commercial FEA and CFD simulation software systems.
Report Component provides repository management and report generation in PowerPoint, Word and HTML.
Win Component provides GUI bindings for Windows (.NET/MFC/Win32) applications.
Plot2d Component provides basic 2D plotting as an overlay item. Plot data and settings can be stored within
the VTFx file.
App Component provides an interface to Envision Desktop for typical application logic: models, views, selection