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FieldView CFD announces FieldView 20

FieldView 20 Comes Loaded with New Capabilities   Our friends at FieldView CFD have announced FieldView version 20 with many new features and benefits for customers. We use FieldView here at Intelligent Light as well as our VisIt Prime software and we are happy to see the new release supports an option for faster, non-encrypted

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AIAA taps Steve Legensky for Opinion Article in Aerospace America January Issue

Why we’re not there yet on CFD (January, 2021)  The fundamental mathematics that aircraft designers rely on to model fluid mechanics, the Navier-Stokes equations, were devised in the 19th century. This set of partial differential equations seems tantalizingly straightforward, yet many challenges remain today in realizing an accurate predictive capability. Stephen M. Legensky, founder of 

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AIAA Propulsion and Energy: Reducing Risks in CFD Propulsion Analysis

Uncertainty Quantification Enabled by HPC Can Increase Confidence in Analysis   Watch a presentation by Steve Legensky describing how CFD analysis for propulsion can benefit from UQ and V/V methods.  This talk was given at the ‘Hub’ during the conference. “Leveraging Uncertainty Quantification and Data Science for Propulsion Applications”  

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Winning Visualization at AIAA Aviation

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. Image from winning visualization courtesy of Delin (Dale) Jiang, Baylor University   Event

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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

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