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Intelligent Light and the CFD 2030 Vision
Posted Tue August 15, 2017 @11:02PM
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Announcements Intelligent Light's Steve M. Legensky and Brad J. Whitlock will present Intelligent Light and the CFD 2030 Vision Live from NASA Ames Research Center at 1:00 PM PT, THURSDAY, August 17, 2017.

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.


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However, the majority of engineering applications remain constrained by computational and storage resources as well as schedule and time pressure. The CFD 2030 Vision highlights the need for improved Knowledge Extraction and Data Management tools that address the scale and fidelity of exascale class problems. Perhaps most interesting, these tools will enable non-deterministic engineering (NDE) in which variations in boundary conditions, discretization and models can more realistically predict the behavior of complex aerodynamic, propulsion or power generation systems.

AMS Seminar

This talk highlights recent activities at Intelligent Light that include how to manage the massive data flows resulting from ensembles of unsteady CFD calculations, new tools that support engineering use of uncertainty quantification techniques and the latest HPC-FieldView software that combines the familiar interface of FieldView with the scalability of VisIt. Through the lens of post-processing and data analysis, we have gained a unique perspective on research and engineering use of CFD from the late 1980's through today. The talk touches on this history while giving examples of state-of-the-art petascale CFD and surveys the challenges that exascale computing is intended to address.

Speakers

  • Steve M. Legensky - Founder and General Manager of Intelligent Light
  • Brad J. Whitlock Visualization and Post-Processing Engineer

Full Details and Attendance information at ilight.com

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