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FieldView 12.01 Improves Performance
Posted Tue March 25, 2008 @04:23PM
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News FieldView Version 12 software has been updated to improve performance, provide bug fixes, and expand platform support.

FieldView continues it role in delivering powerful but accessible tools for the analysis and presentation of simulation results. With this latest update for FieldView, users will find the same simple, efficient, reliable environment they appreciate and are familiar with along with new functionality.

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For CFD practitioners with simulations from multiple CFD solvers, the full, multi-solver FieldView version 12 is available to post-process and even compare data from the disparate systems. FieldView has become the most comprehensive post-processing and visualization tool on the market today.

Intelligent Light is also pleased to offer a special, no-cost post-processing upgrade to the users of POLYFLOW and FIDAP CFD solvers. These users have long relied on FieldView as the post-processor delivered with their software. Intelligent Light is pleased to announce the availability of a special version of FieldView, Version 12F, exclusively for these CFD practitioners.

“We are offering this special program to provide the latest FieldView capability and direct access to our support and post-processing expertise,” said Steve M. Legensky, general manager at Intelligent Light. “We welcome POLYFLOW and FIDAP users to the Intelligent Light community with an unwavering commitment to their success. It is an easy transition from the earlier versions of FieldView that were bundled with their previous product deliveries.”

“POLYFLOW provides unique capabilities to the CFD community. The solver is best-in-class for modeling materials with highly complex, time dependent, rheological properties. FieldView continues to provide sophisticated and easily customizable features to follow and understand the changes these materials undergo in a wide range of operational and manufacturing environments,” said FieldView product manager, Matthew N. Godo, Ph. D.

About Intelligent Light
Intelligent Light, located in Rutherford, New Jersey, was founded in 1984 with a mission to provide the scientific and engineering community with the best possible tools for understanding data and communicating results. The company provides CFD post-processing and big data visualization capability, under the industry leading FieldView brand, to thousands of HPC users in the aerospace, automotive and general manufacturing industries. Their unique development team is composed of CFD leaders, computer scientists, and visualization experts focused on listening to clients and delivering products that meet their needs.

FieldView and FieldView FVX are trademarks of Intelligent Light. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

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Transient simulation of spiral pasta extrusion. FieldView image by Intelligent Light, simulation data courtesy of ANSYS, Inc.

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