Madison, Wisconsin—July 10, 2019—The U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office held its 2019 Annual Merit Review (AMR) and Peer Evaluation from June 10–13 in Arlington, Virginia. Eighteen of the advanced vehicle technologies projects reviewed at the meeting referenced partnerships with Convergent Science and its CONVERGE computational fluid dynamics software. Research for these projects was performed at a variety of institutions, including Argonne National Laboratory, Colorado State University, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Sandia National Laboratories, and the University of Minnesota.
The breadth of work presented at the AMR is a testament to the versatility and broad applicability of CONVERGE. The presentations are publicly available, and links are provided below.
The AMR reviewers come from a variety of scientific and engineering backgrounds, including the engine and automotive industries, academia, national laboratories, and government. The reviewers evaluate how well the projects contribute to or advance the Department of Energy’s missions and goals. The final reviews will be published in the Vehicles Technologies Office Annual Merit Reviews Reports.
Founded in 1997 in Madison, Wisconsin, Convergent Science is a global leader in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software. Its customers include leading automotive and commercial vehicle manufacturers, tier one suppliers, and professional motorsport teams.
Its flagship product, CONVERGE, is an innovative CFD software with truly autonomous meshing capabilities that eliminate the grid generation bottleneck from the simulation process. CONVERGE is revolutionizing the CFD industry and shifting the paradigm toward predictive CFD.
For more information about Convergent Science please visit convergecfd.com.