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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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
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
Earl P. N. Duque, Intelligent Light’s Manager of Applied Research was inducted as an AIAA Associate Fellow on January 5th, 2015 during the AIAA SciTech Forum in Florida. The award was presented by Jim Albaugh, CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplane and AIAA President. A career practitioner of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Dr. Duque has over
In this issue HPC Innovation Excellence Award from IDC – IL’s second award. Webinar Announcement – IL and Cray webinar will share methods for working with massive CFD data to minimize design risk and maximize CFD contributions.