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This webinar includes a live interactive sessions with complex data. However, the webinar format requires substantial degradation of graphics performance. To give you a realistic view of interactive performance we are providing a movie of a live screen capture of an interactive session. We are also providing two high quality versions of the movies that were show during the event.
See what the FieldView user's experience looks like by downloading and viewing the following videos:
- In-Cylinder Combustion 3-Views
- In-Cylinder Combustion 4-Views
- In-Cylinder Combustion interactive exploration of transient sequence
You will learn how to:
- Create and analyze ICE simulations with hundreds of time steps using hundreds of thousands of simulated particles
- Interactively explore this high fidelity data to improve understanding of your results
- Exploit a data management strategy to make these large problems tractable
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 special 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.
A question and answer session will follow the webinar.