Data Handling and Visualization for Large CFD Simulations - Intelligent Light and FieldView

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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) represents one of the most challenging fields in HPC. The compute requirements for high fidelity simulations can tax even the largest supercomputers and the data handling and visualization of the results are equally demanding.

You will learn about methods for:

  • Maximizing HPC performance for CFD simulations
  • Visualization and data management on remote HPC environments
  • In situ processing
  • Comparing results from related heterogeneous CFD simulations

Steve Legensky, Founder & General Manager of Intelligent Light, will be joined by Greg Clifford, Manufacturing Segment Leader at Cray, Inc. Cray is partnering with Intelligent Light to help meet the data management and visualization demands of their clients.  The material provided in this webinar is a great example of how simulation data management can be done effectively in a Cray environment.

“Cray systems provide central computational resources at commercial, academic and government centers around the world; often serving distributed user communities. Efficient tools to analyze CFD simulation results and enable the remote user community are essential. Management, automation, and remote visualization capabilities in FieldView are a proven technology for post processing whether the data is across the room or across the country.”

                                       Per Nyberg, Director of Cray Business Development

A question and answer session follows the webinar. Steve and Greg were joined by Earl P. N. Duque, Ph.D. for the Q&A panel.  Dr. Duque is the Manager of Applied Research at Intelligent Light.  This event was a part of Cray's CAE Webinar Series.
  

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Steve M. Legensky
Founder & General Manager, Intelligent Light

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 Image: Data and image courtesy of US Army Aeroflighdynamics Directorate (AMRDEC) and The Boeing Company.