Fluid Simulation to Improve Real-world Performance
In the traditional mesh-based approach to solving computational fluid dynamics (CFD) problems, reliability is highly dependent on the quality of the mesh. Engineers spend most of their time working on the discretization of the mesh. Additionally, there are difficulties in dealing with the changes in the topology of the domain for problems involving the presence of moving parts or fluid-structure interaction.
Automatic lattice generation and adaptive refinement
- Minimizes user inputs while reducing time and effort in the meshing and pre-processing phase of a typical CFD workflow.
Wall-Modeled Large Eddy Simulation (WMLES)
- Efficiently resolves the majority of turbulence scales, providing high-resolution insight into complex flow physics.
Advanced rendering capabilities
- Provide realistic visualization to gain deeper insight into flow and thermal performance, enabling users to make informed design decisions faster.
High Performance Computing (HPC)
- Leverage the power of modern parallelized computing to accelerate the execution of realistic CFD simulations to reduce or replace physical testing.
Particle-based Lattice Boltzmann technology for high-fidelity CFD
- Enables users to address complex CFD problems involving high-frequency transient aerodynamics, real moving geometries, complex multiphase flows, fluid-structure interactions, and aero acoustics.
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