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Visualization of Higher Order CFD Solutions
Posted Tue February 18, 2020 @05:15PM
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News Dr. Scott Imlay, Chief Technical Officer, Tecplot, Inc., has begun a blog series on the usefulness of higher order elements for CFD simulation and the challenges of visualizing the results.

In the series, Scott will discuss Tecplot's recent research on the visualization of results from higher-order element computational fluid dynamics (HOE CFD). If you are not one of the practitioners of this specialized form of CFD you may be asking "what?" If so, itís OK, please just heed the advice of Douglas Adams and "DONíT PANIC!"


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Part 1, describes higher order elements and what they mean for CFD practicioners. Why use higher-order elements? In short, for a large class of problems, HOEs achieve a desired level of accuracy with less computation expense.

Read Part 1 here.

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