Intelligent Light and FieldView

OVERFLOW Tips and Tricks

Dr. Earl Duque, Intelligent Light's manager or applied research and Overflow expert is presenting a tutorial at the Overset Grids Symposium.


Whitepaper: Tips and Tricks for Post-Processing OVERFLOW Results using FieldView 13

Synopsis: As an OVERFLOW and FieldView user for several years, I'd like to share with you several methods I've used for getting my work done in a more efficient manner. With the most recent version, FieldView 13, you'll find new features and workflows that will benefit your work. From reading your data more completely using the new OVERFLOW direct reader to using our XDB technology to reduce your saved data, I'm sure you may find that at least one of the "Tips and Tricks" contained in this talk will be useful to your daily work.

Download our whitepaper  Tips and Tricks for Post-Processing OVERFLOW Results with FieldView 13.

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FieldView 13.2 Now Available

We have released FieldView 13.2, a point release.

For full details about the release, please download and read our Whats_New_FV13.2 document (PDF).

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Scientific Visualization Showcase - SC12

This work was sponsored through a Phase II STTR by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Program Manager Dr. Fariba Fabroo Air Force Office of Scientific Research, Copyright Intelligent Light ©2012

Intelligent Light's work on In-Situ Feature Tracking and Visualization  of a Temporal Mixing Layer has been accepted for publication and presentation at the SC12 conference in Salt Lake City, Utah this November.  This work was lead by Dr. Earl P.N. Duque, manager of Applied Research at Intelligent Light.

The prototype system knon as IFDT (Intelligent Feature Detection and Tracking) utilizes volume rendering with an Intelligent Adaptive Transfer Function that allows the user to train the visualization system to highlight flow features such as turbulent vortices.  A feature extractor then tracks and extracts the flow features and determines the statistics of features over time.  The method executes in-situ with the solver thus eliminating the time-consuming process saving of the data to a file before post-processing and analysis.

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Intelligent Light’s Legensky discusses CFD milestones at “International Workshop on the Future of CFD and Aerospace Sciences”

Riken Building - site of the K ComputerThree of Asia’s most significant contributors to aerospace CFD were celebrated recentlyat the International Workshop on the Future of CFD and Aerospace Sciences in Kobe, Japan. Held at the RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science, site of the K Computer, the invitation-only workshop recognized Professors Kozo Fujii (JAXA ISAS), Kazuhiro Nakahashi (Tohoku University/JAXA) and Jaw-Wen Yang (National Taiwan University). Intelligent Light's Founder and General Manager, Steve M. Legensky was an invited speaker and spoke about milestones in CFD and some of the impacts on our own products that this community has had. Read the full story.

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Advances in CFD code development recognized in NCSA Access Magazine

Intelligent Light's Applied Research Group has completed a 5-year CFD research projectfor the US Army's Vertical Lift Center of Excellence.

The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) highlighted the work in their Access magazine. The project included the use of coupled Eulerian and vortex particle method codes to achieve the accuracy required to model the rotor and wake interactions. The vortex particle methods are computationally expensive and benefitted from HPC systems with GPU accelerators, a first for rotorcraft CFD code development. Read the full story.

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