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Roger Rintala

Interactive Exploration of High Fidelity ICE Simulations

Interactive Exploration of High Fidelity ICE Simulations

Learn how you can create and analyze ICE simulations with hundreds of time steps and hundreds of thousands of simulated particles.  Interactively explore your high fidelity data to improve understanding of your results.
Attend this webinar by Intelligent Light and Convergent Science to see how you can escape current limitations and achieve more from your CFD.

 

An innovative transient post-processing approach for ICE simulations

 

In the quest to improve simulation accuracy and fueled by the rise of HPC, simulations are being performed on ever finer meshes and with larger number of particles.  In the case of internal combustion engine CFD which requires very long transient runs in order to reach convergence, this has become problematic due to the huge amount of data and the time it takes to review it.
This presentation will describe, through an ICE case study simulated with CONVERGE, an innovative post-processing approach that allows interactive analysis of several hundreds of time steps, containing hundreds of thousands of simulated particles.

 

Combined with more traditional methods (transient animations, time history plots…), this interactive investigation technique will provide unprecedented insight to complex transient flows.

 

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Tuesday, October 28, 2PM ET

 

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ICE Simulation

Roger Rintala

New AMD FirePro Graphics Qualified

AMD FirePro W5100We completed testing of the new AMD W5100 FirePro™ Graphics card at AMD’s request.  The new product includes 4GB of GDDR5 memory for great FieldView performance and we’ve added the product to our supported products database.

“Simply installing the AMD FirePro 5100 delivered an immediate two and a half times speedup over my existing engineering workstation graphics when when rendering turbulent structures around a real-world size Formula One CFD solution.  It was an easy productivity improvement.” – Yves-Marie Lefebvre, FieldView Product Chief

Still need more?  The larger W7100 doubles the memory and more than doubles the number of stream processors in a single slot card. For information on all the new FirePro Graphics options, visit amd.com.

 

For questions related to the use of FieldView with your system configurations, contact FieldView support.

Roger Rintala

Introducing: Yves-Marie Lefebvre, FieldView Product Chief

Yves-Marie Lefebvre Named FieldView Product Chief

In the new role of FieldView Product Chief, it is Yves-Marie’s objective to represent our customer’s within Intelligent Light, increase the responsiveness of our product development, and provide customer-driven direction to future product planning.  The new role also puts Yves-Marie in charge of our growing FieldView Support Team.

Intelligent Light has transitioned to a new agile development process in which customer support is an integral part.  Placing both the product direction and support team under Yves-Marie gives our customers an effective advocate and someone they can speak directly with as product development strives to meet their emerging needs.

Yves-Marie has been involved in FieldView sales and support for over 13 years, training users on three continents and working as an embedded consultant implementing high performance CFD workflows.  His engineering experience, knowledge gained supporting users, and demonstrated commitment to the success of our FieldView customers will increase the responsiveness to our customers in both product development and support.

Roger Rintala

Turbo Expo ’14

Turbo Expo 2014

Intelligent Light looks forward to our participation at Turbo Expo every year.  This high-quality conference and exhibition brings together many of the leaders working on Turbomachinery projects.

We recognized several themes at the 2014 Turbo Expo in Dusseldorf, Germany. Two themes were especially common:

  1. Transient data presents workflow difficulties due to the size and complexity of turbo data. The challenges are present with commercial, in-house, and open source solvers. — The use of FieldView XDB files for data management with transient data is increasing and interest is strong.  Users wish to generate the XDB files both interactively and automatically in batch.  The interactive performance of FieldView with transient datasets continues to open possibilities for analysts with turbo data.
  2. Automated batch processing is important and reliability is often an issue. — The reliability of FieldView for batch, parallel performance, and full backward compatibility generated excitement among these CFD practitioners.

As always, the event was a great opportunity to meet with our user community in attendance and collect valuable feedback that will drive our accelerated FieldView feature development.  Great requests from users working with gas turbines, marine applications, engine development for aerospace, and more.

If you missed us at Turbo Expo, we’d still like to discuss your CFD challenges.  Contact Us.