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Intelligent Light’s FieldView 12.1 Offers CFD Gains

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Intelligent Light’s (Rutherford, NJ) FieldView version 12.1, with postprocessing improvements for multi-core workstations and parallel servers, offers new tools for CFD practitioners to improve their capability, productivity, and impact.


Time Scale Visualization using Poincaré planes.

FieldView is said to be relied on its for productivity, workflow automation, and accuracy in developing next-generation workflows based on multiple solver engines, multiphysics data, and distributed HPC resources.

All FieldView 12.1 users benefit from new image quality and control features that augment the application’s visual presentation capabilities. Image quality tools include advanced lighting controls, anti-aliasing, and the ability to incorporate background images containing pictures and logos. Plus, multiple color mapping will enable engineers to visually draw distinctions between different variables in a single image or animation — illustrating multiple physical properties, such as shock vs. axial-flow, or model elements, such as temperature of wall vs. flow domain.

The new release for Apple Mac OS (10.5) delivers high performance with a native Mac / Intel FieldView port. Plus, FieldView 12.1 will include a 64-bit FieldView server for Windows HPC Server family from Microsoft.

For details, contact Intelligent Light.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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