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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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AIAA Aviation Forum 2020: Steve Legensky on Improving your CFD Workflow on HPC

Watch Intelligent Light’s HUB presentation by Steve M. Legensky, President and CTO on advances in CFD data management, AI/ML for CFD applications and tools to reduce risk in the use of CFD for engineering. “Reducing Risks & Speeding Workflows in HPC CFD“ Today’s engineers and researchers are under extraordinary pressure to aggressively increase performance, decrease

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Intelligent Light Spins Off FieldView to Vela Software

Rutherford, NJ (November 8, 2019) – For more than twenty-five years, Intelligent Light has advanced the world of CFD post-processing through its FieldView software. In October 2019, Intelligent Light sold the right to develop, sell and support FieldView to Vela Software International. Vela is the same company that purchased Tecplot four years ago and has

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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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In Situ Data Management at DOE Workshop and SIAM CSE

As CFD datasets get larger and unsteady computation becomes more common, file I/O is an increasing bottleneck. Methods that write post-processing extracts directly from solvers as they are running have proven to be a solution to this problem. Intelligent Light has long advocated for this approach and recently we were asked to participate in activities

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HPC, In Situ and Data Analytics at SC18

Advances in the use of HPC, In Situ and Data Analytics for CFD dominate our contribution to SC18. Join us at events, in workshops and technical sessions and on the exhibit floor in Booth #826 to learn how these advances will help you. Data Science Meets CFD – Steve Legensky, Invited speaker at In Situ

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In Situ Processing and Workflow Innovation at Par CFD

The state of the art in HPC-driven CFD will be explored this May, at Parallel CFD (ParCFD) is Glasgow, Scotland, and Intelligent Light will share news from the front lines of CFD as it is used in production. In a plenary session, Steve M. Legensky, Founder and General Manager of Intelligent Light, will present ​A Survey of Production

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Visions of Exascale CFD: ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting

Visions of Exascale CFD Over the past thirty years, computational simulation of fluid dynamics has made huge strides in meshing of complex geometries, computational efficiency and most importantly, greater fidelity in physics models.Current trends include greater adoption of unsteady methods via LES, higher order methods and alternatives to classical CFD such as Lattice Boltzmann methods.However,

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VisIt Prime Training Seminar at Tokyo University of Science

Intelligent Light delivered a customized training session on the use and deployment of VisIt Prime, our new software and service package, at Tokyo University of Science. We have hardened and enhanced VisIt and now offer professional support from our global support team. The training – given by Brad Whitlock, a primary VisIt developer at LLNL

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ASME Verification and Validation Symposium

I had the pleasure of attending this year’s ASME Verification and Validation Symposium last month.  Verification, Validation and Uncertainty Quantification is an ongoing focus area for me, so in addition to the Symposium, I attended the 2 day course taught by Bill Oberkampf and Chris Roy, authors of the book, Verification and Validation for Scientific

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