Intelligent Light and FieldView

Case Study: Three Ways to Use Engineered CFD Workflows to Address Challenges in Automotive Engineering

Navistar truck

FieldView simulation data courtesy of Navistar and Corvid Technologies.
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In this case study, quickly see how and why automotive industry OEMs, consultants, and race teams count on FieldView to help them address current industry challenges including:

  • Meeting new, more stringent environmental regulations

  • Getting actionable data fast - Too much data, too little time

  • Keeping engineers focused on value-added engineering

Download and read the case study and see the keys to three organizations' CFD success.


IL Welcomes Concordia University SAE Supermileage Team to University Partners Program

Dr. Earl P.N. Duque posts:

I'm happy to welcome the Concordia University SAE Supermileage Team as the newest participant to the Intelligent Light University Partners Program (UPP).  As a UPP participant, receive a grant of several FieldView licenses to use in designing their vehicle.  IL and the ARG is proud to help out these students in achieving their goals. See for more details.


Intelligent Light to Commercialize VisIt Open Source Software with help of $1M Phase II DOE Grant

The U.S. Department of Energy Awards Intelligent Light $1 Million Phase II SBIR Grant to Commercialize VisIt Open Source Software.

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Intelligent Light $1 Million Phase II grant to commercialize the VisIt open source software.  Intelligent Light has begun integrating FieldView™ its flagship CFD post processing software with VisIt, the open source interactive parallel visualization and graphical analysis tool from the U.S. Department of Energy.

“DOE has made significant investment over the years in the development of VisIt, a robust, scalable visualization and analysis tool for the processing of very large data sets, running on the largest high performance computing resources. As a tool that supports the very broad science mission of DOE, VisIt has been designed as a flexible, generalized solution to the visualization and analysis of scientific data.  Awards such as this through the SBIR program are a very positive step making this technology more broadly available to specific scientific areas through a re-packaging in a domain specific way, and broadening the user base and community of this DOE investment.”  David Pugmire, Scientist, Visualization Task Leader, Climate Change Science Institute, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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Japan Tour PreViews FieldView 14

"It was really exciting to be part of the Spring Seminar last month, organized by VINAS, our partners in Japan. We’ve traveled to Osaka, Nagoya and Tokyo to meet our Japanese user community and give them a first look at our upcoming release, FieldView 14. We keep getting great feedback and it seems that everyone wants to try the new multi-window capability, comparing multiple designs in a single FieldView session."

Yves-Marie Lefevbre, FieldView Sales & Support Engineer


HiLift Prediction Workshop 2 Update

I'm really excited to present my HiLift Prediction Workshop 2 results here at the AIAA Fluids Conference.  Feels great to roll up sleeves again for this project. I'll have a Case Study that highlights what I did to post-process all these cases and then a conference paper at the 2014 AIAA Fluids Conference.

Dr. Earl Duque