Envenio’s Ian McLeod will present to delegates at the Teledyne CARIS Conference 2017 in Ottowa, that takes place 17-22 June. His paper, entitled 'High Resolution 3D Mapping For Current, Turbulence[…]
We are just days away from the NAFEMS17 World Congress in Stockholm, Sweden, and excitement is building in the global simulation community, as well as here at Envenio HQ.
This year, NAFEMS have[…]
More and more businesses are embracing cloud computing for their CFD simulations.
Our destination as engineers is clear. Our destination is finding solutions to problems, and our journey is the[…]
Traditionally, most IT departments and engineering consultants wanted to own the CFD technology they use. Today, business owners want to shift more of these IT costs from the capital expenditure[…]
As indicated in another blog post, there are many benefits to use cloud hosted applications to over-come business constraints. While that post was more focused on cloud applications in general,[…]
This article reviews the updated features list of Envenio's EXN/Aero. New features include porous media zones, passive scalar, and rotating frames of reference. Our recently launched alpha[…]
One of the most formidable and complex challenges in the field of classical physics has been, and still remains, the complete and accurate description of fluid flow. For centuries, it has[…]
The Networking and Information Technology Research Development (NITRD) program, which is the primary federally funded work on advanced Information Technology (IT) and Networking in the USA, held a[…]