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Mesh adaptation can be used to help improve simulation efficiency. Unstructured mesh adaptation has been used to reduce the mesh size while achieving the desired solution accuracy. This technique enables significant improvements in processing time, memory requirements, and storage needed. However, without access to the underlying CAD geometry, adaptation is limited only to improving off-body grid resolution. Fortunately, the mesh adaptation technique in Fidelity Pointwise respects the geometry, improves the mesh quality, adapts to the near-wall shear layers, and reduces run-time for improved CFD solutions. Read more.
Here's our weekly compilation of news and notes from around the CFD world in edition #491 of This Week in CFD on Another Fine Mesh. Read more.
Unstructured meshing can automate much of the mesh generation process, saving significant engineering time and cost. However, controlling numerical errors resulting from the discrete mesh requires adaptation to the developing solution. Join this webinar to learn how Cadence CFD mesh adaptation methods use a continuous-size field that gets updated as the solution progresses. As a result, adherence to the underlying CAD geometry is maintained, and mesh quality is ensured. Register today and join us on 13 Dec for this live webinar.
Join us in Brussels at the HiFiLeD Symposium on 14-16 Dec. The topics will range from issues concerning the complexity, reliability, accuracy, and uncertainties in generating the High-Fidelity LES/DNS data to their application towards turbulence and transition modeling. It will include progress on the underlying high-order numerical methods (HOMs), innovative approaches for CPU acceleration for LES and DNS, exploitation of massive parallel architectures, efficient post-processing on massive parallel hardware, innovative machine learning methods, as well as experimental data. Moreover, the Symposium offers the opportunity to communicate and exchange knowledge for academic researchers, graduate students, industrial engineers, as well as industrial R&D managers and consultants working in the fields of turbulent flow modeling, simulations, measurements, and multidisciplinary CFD applications. There's still time to register.
Visit us at AIAA SciTech 2023, where Cadence technical experts will be presenting papers in technical sessions, demonstrating software, and answering technical questions in booth 511. Read more.
Are you driving design change or feel you’ve overcome challenges that could impact the future of CFD? CadenceLIVE offers you an opportunity to tell your story. Showcase your expertise and offer tips to address the complexities and challenges facing engineers today. CadenceLIVE Silicon Valley 2023 will be held on April 19-20 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. It features peer presentations that offer solutions for today’s design challenges that will impact tomorrow’s products. The call for papers is open until 31 Jan. Save the date and submit your abstract today.
In this 417th installment of Tutorial Tuesday, learn how to speed up your meshing and flow solver setup by creating translational and rotational periodic surface meshes. Watch now.
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