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ADS CFD:  The Flow January 2017
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January 24th, 2017 - After taking a hiatus from blogging while we dealt with "too much to do and not enough time" syndrome, we're back!  2016 was not an idle year at ADS CFD and here are some of the things we've been doing:
  • Released version 6.8
  • Added some serious experience to the team
  • Completed the SBIR phase II work on Flutter and Aerodamping analysis
  • Improving the parallel efficiency of our multi-threaded solver from 2.5X to 2.9X for 4 processors
Also we wanted to share with you some of the items we are working on 2017:
  • Aerodamping and flutter analysis in the design cycle
  • New technologies like real gas and new turbulence models
  • Improved 3rd party software integrations
  • User defined functions
  • GPGPU support with OpenACC
  • New turbomachinery classes
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Release version 6.8 

Release 6.8 is a significant upgrade to our previous release.  We've introduced:
  • Aerodamping and flutter analysis using moving meshes
  • User generated signal handling
  • Improved variable gamma handling
  • Custom advanced charts
  • Custom compressor speedlines
  • Automatic termination of cases that have blown up
  • Workbench viewer mode
Dr. Vince Capece and Mr. John Ho join ADS CFD

ADS CFD has been very fortunate to add two individuals with over 30+ years of turbomachinery experience to the team.   Please help us welcome Dr. Vince Capece and Mr. John Ho to the ADS CFD community.
 
Tutorial:  Creating and Simulating a Core/Bypass Split Flow

In this 2 part tutorial, Will Humber will take you through the generation of a core/splitter bypass mesh using Code WAND and then will describe how to set up the MPI table required to run the simulation using Code LEO
Case Study:  Predicting Aerodynamic Damping of Oscillating Airfoil Cascades using Moving Meshes

Presented at ASME TurboExpo 2016, the ADS CFD team provides a look at their latest technology and its application for predicting aerodynamic damping of oscillating airfoil cascades.
ADS CFD Careers

We are hoping to continue our momentum through 2017.  If you or someone you know is interested in joining our team, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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