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The Cadence CFD team is excited about two automotive engineering events next week at which we'll be participating and presenting some of our latest advancements. We hope you can join us.
With a name like that it's no wonder they shorten it to Aerovehicles-4. This conference—a hybrid event with both in-person and on-line participation—will be held on 23-25 August 2021 in Berlin. The presentations will cover technologies ranging from active flow control to wheels to cycling and hyperloop.
Some very cool work on mesh adaptation for external aerodynamics simulations will be presented by Cadence's Nick Wyman and ISimQ's Paul Galpin on Tuesday afternoon. Be sure to catch "Practical Mesh Adaptation for Aerodynamics Simulations."
This adaptive mesh for the DrivAer vehicle was generated very efficiently in Pointwise based on feedback from the flow solver on where refinement was required.
Immediately following Aerovehicles-4 will be AutoCFD-2, another hybrid event on 26-27 August 2021 in Berlin. The main objective of AutoCFD-2 is to assess the predictive capability of CFD codes for automotive geometries. Through mandatory geometry, boundary conditions, and computational grids, the aim is to provide practical modelling guidelines and best-practices for turbulence modelling, meshing, numerical schemes.
Cadence's Olivier Thiry will be presenting CFD Results on the Windsor Body and the DrivAer Notchback on Thursday morning.
Contour of iso Q-criterion on the DDES-SST simulation of the DrivAer Notchback.
Our CFD experts will both be involved in both events. Register here to talk to these engineers about your automotive CFD needs.