FieldView Sets the Standard in Aerospace
In aerospace, where complex, highly unsteady flows, very large datasets, and extensive parametric studies are the norm, CFD is mission critical. For the world’s top aerospace companies, FieldView is the de facto standard for CFD analysis and visualization, and Intelligent Light’s Applied Research Group advances the state-of-the-art by addressing and solving the industry’s most complex CFD challenges.
Aerospace Trusts FieldView.
From NASA’s space shuttle and Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, to Boeing’s 700 series jetliners, many of the world’s helicopters, and the aeroengines that move them all, FieldView has proven its value as a strategic tool.
In these demanding environments, the CFD workflow has to be fast, agile, and efficient, capable of handling hundreds of thousands of cases with ease and getting to vital insights and accurate answers fast. FieldView delivers the industry’s fastest post-processing and interpretation capabilities, most advanced visualization, and powerfully productive data management and automation tools. With FieldView, you can:
- Visualize, interrogate and interactively explore even your largest models quickly
- Create and share presentation-quality animations, images, and real-time working sessions with ease
- Manage huge volumes of complex, steady and transient data efficiently
- Automate post-processing tasks to increase capacity and throughput
- Scale up with parallel or scale out with batch processing to maximize use of HPC resources
The Applied Research Group Solves Advanced Aerospace Challenges
Intelligent Light’s Applied Research Group continues to take CFD to the leading edge in aeroacoustics, large data post-processing, and GPU-accelerated CFD computation through contracts with NASA, AFOSR, and the U.S. Army Vertical Lift Center of Excellence, among others. FieldView users in every industry benefit from the new insights, methodologies, and techniques these research projects generate. For research papers, case studies animations and more, see our CFD Visual Library.
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