“Fly low, fly fast, turn left” was the motto of the Reno Air Races in 2013 when, for the 50th time, pilots from around the world competed in various classes above the Nevada Desert. Not only are pilots required but also the engineers who put a great development effort behind the scenes for these amazing […]
Animation of gasifier simulation. Physics from CPFD Barracuda is based off from discrete particle continuum. Here, the volume fraction of the particles within the gasifier stage are shown. Analysis and post processing done with EnSight.
Achates Power’s goal is to develop radically improved internal combustion engines. Internal combustion engines would be radially improved if they increased fuel efficiency, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, AND lowered engine costs. For that engineering challenge they’ve turned to Converge from Convergent Science in Madison, Wisconsin. And for their post-processing, well, you can imagine what their […]
July 15, 2013 – Convergent Science Inc. has announced that they have partnered with Computational Engineering International, Inc. to offer CEI’s flagship product EnSight-Desktop fully integrated into CONVERGE™ Studio. CONVERGE™ Studio is the graphical user interface for the innovative CFD solver CONVERGE™. The goal is to improve CONVERGE post-processing. Rob Kaczmarek, Director of Sales and […]
EnSight data usually comes from computer simulations. But in this case the data came from an MRI, an MRI of a beating human heart. A highly specialized segment of the MRI research community focuses on cutting-edge MRI hardware and scanning algorithms. That community includes Linkoping University in Sweden where this image was created. The […]