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Models On Top of Models: Thickened Flames in CONVERGE

Published July 2, 2020
Any CONVERGE user knows that our solver includes a lot of physical models. A lot of physical models! How many combinations exist? How many different ways can you set up a simulation? That’s harder to...

The Search for Soot-free Diesel: Modeling Ducted Fuel Injection With CONVERGE

Published March 26, 2020
At the upcoming CONVERGE User Conference, which will be held online from March 31–April 1, Andrea Piano will present results from experimental and numerical studies of the effects of ducted fuel inje...

An Evening With the Experts: Scaling CFD With High-Performance Computing

Published February 25, 2020
Listen to the full audio of the panel discussion. As computing technology continues to advance rapidly, running simulations on hundreds and even thousands of cores is becoming standard practi...

2019: A (Load) Balanced End to a Successful Decade

Published December 19, 2019
2019 proved to be an exciting and eventful year for Convergent Science. We released the highly anticipated major rewrite of our software, CONVERGE 3.0. Our United States, European, and Indian offices...

CONVERGE 3.0: From Specialized Software to CFD Powerhouse

Published November 25, 2019
When Eric, Keith, and I first wrote CONVERGE back in 2001, we wrote it as a serial code. That probably sounds a little crazy, since practically all CFD simulations these days are run in parallel on m...

Changing the CFD Conference Game with the CONVERGE UC

Published August 21, 2019
As the 2019 CONVERGE User Conference in New Orleans approaches, I’ve been thinking about the past five years of CONVERGE events. Let me take you back to the first CONVERGE User Conference. It w...

Apollo 11 at 50: Balancing the Two-Legged Stool

Published July 15, 2019
On July 16th, I will look up at the night sky and celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11. As I admire the full moon, the CFDer in me will think about the classic metaphor of the...

CONVERGE Chemistry Tools: The Simple Solution to Complex Chemistry

Published May 20, 2019
As I’ve started to cook more, I’ve learned the true value of multipurpose kitchen utensils and appliances. Especially living in an apartment with limited kitchen space, the fewer tools I need to make...

Your μ Matters: Understanding Turbulence Model Behavior

Published March 6, 2019
I recently attended an internal Convergent Science advanced training course on turbulence modeling. One of the audience members asked one of my favorite modeling questions, and I’m happy to share it...

What’s Knockin’ in Europe?

Published January 29, 2019
The Convergent Science GmbH team is based in Linz, Austria and provides support to our European clients and collaborators alike as they tackle the hard problems. One of the most interesting and chall...