Convergent Science Adds New Office in the Motor City

Continuing to focus on growth, superior customer support, and industry-leading innovation in CFD, Convergent Science has opened a new office in the Detroit suburb of Northville. “We are constantly looking for ways to work more closely with our growing customer base,” says Daniel Lee, Vice President of Convergent Science. “Opening an office in the Detroit area allows us to more directly support our many automotive clients and expand usage of our CONVERGE CFD software.” Convergent Science is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, and has offices in Texas and Europe and distributors throughout Asia. The Detroit office will be run by Tristan …


Austin Dillon and Ty Dillon to Welcome CONVERGE User Conference Attendees

Convergent Science, Inc. is pleased to announce that Austin Dillon and Ty Dillon will open the 2015 CONVERGE User Conference, taking place October 5-9 at Richard Childress Racing (RCR) in Welcome, North Carolina. Ty finished second in the point standings for 2014 Rookie of the Year in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and currently competes in the XFINITY Series. Austin currently pilots the #3 Dow Chemical/Cheerios/Bass Pro Shops/American Ethanol Chevrolet SS full-time for RCR in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and is a 2014 Daytona 500 pole winner. “We are excited to have Austin and Ty Dillon open our 2015 CONVERGE …


CONVERGE Featured in Desktop Engineering—Tackling the Challenge of Mesh Generation Head On.

CONVERGE CFD was recently featured in an article in Desktop Engineering from contributing Editor Pamela J. Waterman. In the article, Waterman discusses some of the “best kept secrets” in CFD. CONVERGE was featured at the top of her list for how it, “…tackles the challenge of mesh generation head-on.” In her article, Waterman points out how CONVERGE “…uses Adaptive Mesh Refinement to completely eliminate the user time needed to generate a mesh, refine the mesh where it is needed (no need to judge where to increase density) or adapt to moving boundaries — all these steps are automatic.” Read her …


Argonne National Lab and Convergent Science Work Together to Optimize CONVERGE, Resulting in Faster Production Times and Better Engines

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory are partnering with Convergent Science, Inc. (CSI), to speed up a key piece of modeling and simulation software to ensure those cycles are used as effectively as possible, reducing product development time and resulting in better engines and savings for consumers. The scale of the speed gains were recently demonstrated when researchers ran the largest engine simulation to date on more than 4,000 computer cores. The research is part of Argonne’s Virtual Engine Research Institute and Fuels Initiative (VERIFI), which is working with CSI to optimize the company’s CONVERGE code, …


Argonne National Lab, Convergent Science, Cummins Featured in Engine Technology International’s Article “The Missing Link”

Wobble: it’s not the most scientific term to emerge from the field of mechanical engineering but it describes perfectly a particularly important event that no other word can. Important because it’s the phenomenon that, to a large degree, helps explain the minute variations between the cycles of an IC engine that have bedeviled engineers for years. Granted, one needs a huge x-ray machine and the world’s fifth-largest supercomputer (see Processing power) to witness it in detail, and then calculate and model its effects on the complex and explosive world of an injection-fed combustion chamber, but doing so gives a much …


2014: Looking Back and Moving Forward

2014 was a landmark year for Convergent Science, Inc. (CSI). As we continue to gain market share, CSI has expanded its team to ensure that our clients receive the same high level of support to which they are accustomed. After several years of continued growth we have reached the 50-employee milestone.