Intelligent Light and FieldView

Winning Visualization at AIAA Aviation

Image from winning visualization courtesy of Delin (Dale) Jiang, Baylor University
Event organizer Brian R. Smith Lockheed Martin Senior Fellow, Aerodynamics and CFD

The 3rd Flow Visualization Showcase was held at AIAA Aviation in Dallas this June. The FDTC/MSTC/APA Flow Visualization Event is essentially a video poster session that provides participants an opportunity to showcase their fluid-dynamic visualizations. This year, nineteen participants presented their work.

Three visualizations were selected for awards.

This year congratulations go to:

Patricia Venturadiaz, NASA Ames, for Most Artistic Flow Visualization

Dale Jiang, Baylor University, for Most Quantitatively Descriptive Flow Visualization

Mehdi Khorrami, NASA Ames, for Most Comprehensive Flow Visualization

Intelligent Light would like to thank all the participants as well as Brian Smith, the organizer of this event. We look forward to continuing our participation next year in support of the flow visualization community.

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CFD Melbourne Meet Up

FieldView users down under got together this month with other CFD users for the 3rd CFD Melbourne Meet Up. Long time FieldView user, Dr. Peter Witt of CSIRO, presented his work as Research Team Leader using CFD for the mineral processing, chemical processing, petroleum and power generation industries.

Co-sponsored by our partner John Brookes of ATD International, and by Darrin Stephens of Applied CCM, and Cray, Inc., the Meet Up is a chance for CFD practitioners to come together to compare tools and techniques and learn about recent advancements in CFD. Two more Meet Ups are scheduled for later this year.

Dr. Peter Witt of CSIRO, at CFD Melbourne Meet Up

For more info and to participate in future Meet Ups, contact Darrin Stephens, Applied CCM.

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Data Analytics for Engineering: THE Topic for the 21st Century

Last June I was asked by Cambridge University Press to review a manuscript for a new book on data-driven engineering by Steve Brunton and Nathan Kutz, two leaders in this field. I have been studying this topic and participating in various research and workshop activities on modal and state-space analysis techniques. I was both flattered and energized by this project. The book has just been published and is going to be a wonderful reference and teaching tool for many years to come. I encourage anyone interested in engineering applications of machine learning, dynamical systems and control to check it out at Cambridge University Press.
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Come See Us at Aviation 2019

This year at AIAA Aviation, I will participate in several workshops and sessions. I look forward to seeing everyone in Dallas, to hearing what you have all been working on and to share the latest from Intelligent Light. I will be happy to discuss your work and the work we are doing in the areas of Verification and Validation, Uncertainty Quantification, and High Order and In Situ methodologies for CFD and Data Analytics.

I have been asked to be one of the judges for the 3rd Flow Visualization Showcase. I will join Brian R. Smith, Lockheed Martin Senior Fellow, Aerodynamics and CFD, and other industry experts in selecting winning visualizaions in three categories:

  • Most Artistic Flow Visualization
  • Most Quantitatively Descriptive Flow Visualization
  • Most Comprehensive Flow Visualization
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Come See Us at Turbo Expo 2019

Join us at Turbo Expo 2019 in booth # 212 to learn how we are advancing CFD with the new FieldView 18 and HPC FieldView​.

We look forward to discussing your needs and how FieldView can help you increase throughput, improve the quality and realism of their presentations, and help you get better answers so you can make better decisions.

If you would like to arrange a meeting in advance, please send email here: Request a meeting

FieldView image courtesy of Dr. Steve Gorrell, Brigham Young University
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