Flow visualisation of a cavitating hydrofoil as part of a preliminary test validation study for a large numerical and physical research project.
ESI Group's VSS is specifically designed for the complex multi-physics design challenges to optimise passenger comfort, construction and weight considerations in aerospace, automobile and mass transit systems.
We have undertaken extensive aero and fluid dynamics simulations on traditional and non-traditional foils. Boundary layer mesh with larger far field elements to simultaneously resolve the required flows and reduce computation times.
PUCA 2018 in Tokyo is only a month (15/16 November 2018) away now and Pacific ESI will be represented by Damian McGuckin. Damian is scheduled to present a co-authored paper titled “Improving crystalline structure of a casting using external fields” which outlines some recent collaborations undertaken with researchers at the University of Queensland.
If you would like further details on PUCA 2018, the full program has been posted online. Please note: the papers titled in Japanese will be presented in Japanese with a translator to English vice versa is reversed for presentations in English.
The plenary keynotes will be given by:
Registration is free for existing ESI software users with full details online.
As always if you’d like more information please contact us.