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Theory and Process Behind the Inverse Design of Pumps
Posted Mon April 02, 2018 @08:35AM
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Application A new ADT Blog article dives into the Theory and Process Behind the Inverse Design of Pumps and its application for the pump industry.

The unique 3D Inverse design process developed by ADT starts from identifying what you want to do to the fluid flow in terms of the 3D pressure field and mathematically derives the optimal geometry to achieve that outcome.

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Introducing SU2 International Developers Society (IDS)
Posted Fri March 16, 2018 @02:57PM
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Announcements A month ago, the SU2 International Developers Society (IDS) was launched to acknowledge the tremendous work that all contributors to the SU2 open-source software are doing to improve the quality, efficiency, and competitiveness of our favorite CFD software.

SU2 IDS membership is free and goes way beyond code contributions: we want to recognize and encourage any and all participation in the SU2 project, including code development, help with management, organizing events, mentoring, involvement on GitHub, teaching/promoting SU2, etc. No contribution is too small.

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Pointwise Proposal for High Order Mesh Generation Selected by NASA
Posted Fri March 16, 2018 @10:44AM
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News Pointwise's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II proposal "High Order Mesh Curving and Geometry Access" has been selected for award negotiation by NASA.

This two-year, approximately $700,000 effort will advance Pointwise’s current mesh curving technology and permit mixed order meshes and h-p adaptation in a parallel environment.

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Woeber, Gantt, Wyman Win AIAA Best Paper Award
Posted Mon January 29, 2018 @06:43PM
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News Pointwise engineers Carolyn Woeber, Erick Gantt, and Nick Wyman were presented with the AIAA Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments Best Paper award at the 2018 AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition (AIAA SciTech Forum) in Kissimmee, Florida on 9 January 2018.

Their paper, AIAA 2017-0363, Mesh Generation for the NASA High Lift Common Research Model (HL-CRM), described their efforts in generating different styles of computational meshes in support of the 1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop.

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Play Turbulence the Game
Posted Wed January 03, 2018 @03:20PM
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News Janet Rafner, Master's degree candidate at the Niels Bohr Institute, has created a game out of quantifying turbulence length scales.

The Science At Home game Turbulence pits gamers against each other in a quest to find optimal length scales of various turbulent flow features.

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A Robust Mixing Plane Method and its Application in 3D Inverse Design of Transonic Turbine Stages
Posted Fri December 01, 2017 @02:19AM
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Solver ADT has posted a white paper on their robust mixing plane method.

A robust mixing plane method satisfying interface flux conservation, nonreflectivity and retaining interface flow variation; valid at all Mach numbers and applicable for any machine configuration is formulated and implemented in a vertex based finite volume solver for flow analysis and inverse design.

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