AUTOMATED MESHING WITH AMR
Grid generation for IC engine simulations is never a problem with CONVERGE’s innovative meshing approach that generates the grid automatically at runtime. During a simulation, CONVERGE uses Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR) to increase the grid resolution when and where it is needed and to help you achieve grid-convergent analyses.
ALL ENGINE TYPES WITH EASE
With our extensive collection of detailed chemistry and combustion models, you can study a broad range of engine types with ease. Whether diesel, gasoline, natural gas, or dual-fuel, we offer a best-in-class solution.
FAST DETAILED CHEMISTRY
Our detailed chemistry model, coupled with an extensive suite of solver acceleration strategies, allows the use of mechanisms of hundreds of species while maintaining reasonable runtimes. Detailed chemistry coupled with AMR offers the ability to study complex phenomena such as knocking and emissions with ease.
CONVERGE contains state-of-the-art combustion models such as ECFM3Z, RIF, FGM, and G-Equation. Coupled with automated meshing, these models help you optimize the speed versus accuracy trade-off inherent in computational fluid dynamics.
STATE OF THE ART SUB-MODELS
CONVERGE includes an extensive suite of LES and RANS turbulence models, as well as a wide range of spray and combustion models for both spark-ignited and compression-ignited engines.
CONVERGE includes a genetic algorithm (GA) optimization tool that uses a survival-of-the-fittest approach to effectively think “outside of the box” and achieve the best possible design. The GA tool uses a global optimization method coupled with user-defined merit functions and design constraints.