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EXN/Aero CFD Webinar: How to Setup a Many-to-Many Case

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Envenio will host a free-to-attend webinar showcasing EXN/Aero's newly developed many-to-many model on October 19th. The webinar will show attendees how to set up non-conformal mesh connections on its on-demand, HPC cloud hosted, simulation platform, EXN/Aero.

Many-to-Many

Concept: The 'many to many' factor allows connections between mesh blocks of different resolutions.  An element in one mesh block can connect to multiple elements in another mesh block and vice versa.  You end up with many faces on one side connecting to many faces on the other side; hence the name 'many to many'.  This is in contrast to our current ‘one to one’ connections where each element face connects to one and only one other element face.

What it means for our users: Most importantly, users experience less restrictions when it comes to meshing.  Requiring one to one connections can make meshing more difficult, forcing the user to add extra resolution or more mesh blocks. This level of greater flexibility means less time meshing and increased compatibility with a client’s current workflow. 

Other thoughts: Many to many is also a critical piece of infrastructure that is needed for future development, such as: rotating connections and periodic boundary conditions.

Walkthrough Webinar (October 19th, 12noon ET)

Join Envenio's Engineering Team for a walkthrough of their newly developed many-to-many model, for arbitrary mesh connections. This free-to-attend webinar is the ideal way to experience the feature, and ask any questions you may have about its everyday use in practice. Use the button below or click here to register.

The EXN/Aero platform has a pay-as-you-go subscription model to help you access high performance simulation capabilities in a flexible and affordable way.

Register for the Webinar

 

2017-10-4 | Categories: CFD, simulations, HPC