Intelligent Light and FieldView

FieldView Training - Phoenix-Tempe, June 11-12, 2019

Join us in Phoenix-Tempe for a free FieldView training. We are hosting a two-day course open to all. 

When

Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11 and 12, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm both days

Where:  

Hilton Garden Inn, Phoenix-Tempe ASU Research Park 7200/7290 S Price Rd, Tempe, AZ 85283

The event is being provided at no charge. Intelligent Light will provide all hardware and software needed for the training. Attendance is limited to 14 engineers.

Lodging and travel is the responsibility of the attendee.

To register, please send an email here. Please include your name, company, phone and the number of participants you would like to have attend.

What you will learn:

  • FieldView Basics - Import/Export of data, local and remote operation, batch jobs, creating visualizations, saving and restoring restarts, saving images.
  • FieldView Advanced - User defined functions, quantification methods, thresholding and dynamic clipping, linked surfaces, unrolled surfaces, and working with transient data.
  • Flow Feature Extraction - Surface flows, separation and reattachment, vortex cores and shocks.
  • Automation - The use of restarts, scripts, FVX and Python.
  • Extract-Based Workflows - Overview of extracts (XDBs files, VTK). Creation of XBDs and use with XDBview and for automation and comparison. Creation of XDB in situ.
  • Data Analytics - Solution decomposition and reduced order analysis.
  • Overview of HPC FieldView
  • FieldView 18 – New Features, Creating Realistic Images with new Material Rendering and Environments

All sessions include both a lecture and a hands on section guided by experienced CFD practitioners and FieldView support staff.

Who should attend: CFD practitioners that want to increase throughput, improve the quality and realism of their presentations, and get better answers to help their organization make better decisions.

We hope to see you in Phoenix!


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