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Simulation Images

Isometric View Of Flow Structures Over A City Scape
Simulation Of Air Flow Past A City Using IDDES Turbulence Model. This Figure Shows Air Speed On A Horizontal Slice Through The City Scape
Velocity Correction - Compressible Forward Step Temperature Contours
Velocity Correction - Compressible Forward Step
Velocity Correction - Compressible Bump Transonic Case Mach Number Contour
Velocity Correction - Compressible Bump Mach Number Contour
Velocity Correction - Compressible Bump Density Mach 0.5
Tee-junction Projection Method
Triangular Cavity - Projection Method
Flow Over A Cylinder Showing Turbulence Structure
Mach Number Contour Of Nozzle
Caelus Combustion Tutorial Showing Contours Of CO2
3D Surfboard Fin
Standard Surfboard Fin
Dimple Surfboard Fin
Darth Vader Showing Quilting For Surface Meshing In Pointwise
Streamlines In A Mixed Tank
Next Vertical Cut Plane Showing Velocity Vectors Coloured By Magnitude
Kangaroo Surface Mesh
Kangaroo Surface Pressure Contour Plot
Pointwise Surface Mesh On A Rushton Turbine
Helicopter Surface Mesh
Temperature Contours For A Forward Facing Step At Mach 3
Contours Plot Of Mach Number For Hypersonic Simulation Of A Backward Facing Step
Natural Convection In A Spherical Cavity
Holden VE V8 Supercar
Adjoint Vectors V8 Supercar
Plane - Extra 300
Car Body Used For Testing Of The Adjont Solver
Surface Pressure Contours And Cut Plane Showing Mesh For A Generic Submarine
Simulation Of The Suboff Submarine Showing Pressure Contours And Wake
Contour Plot Of Mach Number For Hypersonic Simulation Of A Compression Corner
Cut Plane Showing Mesh And Flow Speed Magnitude For A Rushton Turbine In A Mixed Tank
Circular Cylinder - Projection Method
Cut Plane Of Driver Head With Surface Mesh. Blue Cells Have Low Non-orthogonality (e.g. Structured Mesh)
Shape Sensitivity - Dissipated Power Over Cylinder
CFD Results Used In Surrogate Model Optimisation
Sugar Dryer DEM
Adjoint - Supercar Streamlines
SLIM 2D Periodic Hill Velocity Magnitude
Square Cylinder - Projection Method
Caelus Pressure Residuals For Motorbike Tutorial Comparing LinearUpwind Scheme From V4.10 And LinearUpwindDL Scheme In V5.04
Lagrangian Particles Illustrating Bubble Positions With A Contour Surface Showing Free Surface Location At Different Times In Simulation
VLES Result For Rudimentary Landing Gear Test Case
Cyclone Structured Mesh
Cyclone Streamlines
Caelus Numerical Schemes
Validation Of Caelus For Incompressible Turbulent Flows
Submarine Mesh
Isometric View Of Flow Structures Over A City ScapeSimulation Of Air Flow Past A City Using IDDES Turbulence Model. This Figure Shows Air Speed On A Horizontal Slice Through The City ScapeVelocity Correction - Compressible Forward Step Temperature ContoursVelocity Correction - Compressible Forward StepVelocity Correction - Compressible Bump Transonic Case Mach Number ContourVelocity Correction - Compressible Bump Mach Number ContourVelocity Correction - Compressible Bump Density Mach 0.5Tee-junction Projection MethodTriangular Cavity - Projection MethodFlow Over A Cylinder Showing Turbulence StructureMach Number Contour Of NozzleCaelus Combustion Tutorial Showing Contours Of CO23D Surfboard FinStandard Surfboard FinDimple Surfboard FinDarth Vader Showing Quilting For Surface Meshing In PointwiseStreamlines In A Mixed TankNext Vertical Cut Plane Showing Velocity Vectors Coloured By MagnitudeKangaroo Surface MeshKangaroo Surface Pressure Contour PlotPointwise Surface Mesh On A Rushton TurbineHelicopter Surface MeshTemperature Contours For A Forward Facing Step At Mach 3Contours Plot Of Mach Number For Hypersonic Simulation Of A Backward Facing StepNatural Convection In A Spherical CavityHolden VE V8 SupercarAdjoint Vectors V8 SupercarPlane - Extra 300Car Body Used For Testing Of The Adjont SolverSurface Pressure Contours And Cut Plane Showing Mesh For A Generic SubmarineSimulation Of The Suboff Submarine Showing Pressure Contours And WakeContour Plot Of Mach Number For Hypersonic Simulation Of A Compression CornerCut Plane Showing Mesh And Flow Speed Magnitude For A Rushton Turbine In A Mixed TankCircular Cylinder - Projection MethodCut Plane Of Driver Head With Surface Mesh. Blue Cells Have Low Non-orthogonality (e.g. Structured Mesh)Shape Sensitivity - Dissipated Power Over CylinderCFD Results Used In Surrogate Model OptimisationSugar Dryer DEMAdjoint - Supercar StreamlinesSLIM 2D Periodic Hill Velocity MagnitudeSquare Cylinder - Projection MethodCaelus Pressure Residuals For Motorbike Tutorial Comparing LinearUpwind Scheme From V4.10 And LinearUpwindDL Scheme In V5.04Lagrangian Particles Illustrating Bubble Positions With A Contour Surface Showing Free Surface Location At Different Times In SimulationVLES Result For Rudimentary Landing Gear Test CaseCyclone Structured MeshCyclone StreamlinesCaelus Numerical SchemesValidation Of Caelus For Incompressible Turbulent FlowsSubmarine Mesh

Simulation Videos

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