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Automated Optimization Workflow for a Diesel Piston Bowl using CAESES and CONVERGE CFD

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Time-Savers in CONVERGE Studio

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HCCI Engine Optimization with CONVERGE CFD

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A Bidirectional Spray Modeling Approach: Eulerian-Lagrangian Spray Atomization in CONVERGE 2.4

In CONVERGE, the standard technique for modeling sprays (such as for liquid fuel injection) employs an Eulerian approach for the continuous fluid domain and a Lagrangian approach for the spray parcels... Read More >>
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          <p><span style="font-weight: 400;"><strong>Madison, WI (December 11, 2015)</strong> - On December 12, the <strong><a href="http://www.nacsae.org/cn/index.aspx" target="_blank">North American Society of Chinese Automotive Engineers (NACSAE)</a></strong> will host a technical seminar titled </span><strong><i>CFD and its Application in the Automotive Industry</i></strong><span style="font-weight: 400;"> at the Bloomfield Hills Library in Detroit. NACSAE is dedicated to providing a social network among Chinese automotive engineers in North America and other regions; promoting effective communication among automotive engineers and related organizations; and contributing to the automotive industry in North America and China. Meizhong Dai, Project Manager at Convergent Science, will present </span><i><span style="font-weight: 400;">Higher Order Convective Schemes and Flux Limiters</span></i><span style="font-weight: 400;"> and describe new features in CONVERGE version 2.3, which will be released in early 2016. </span></p>\n
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          <p><strong>Madison, WI (November 16, 2015)</strong> - At the upcoming IDAJ CAE Solution Conference (ICSC) 2015 in Japan (November 19), Korea (November 20), and China (November 23-24), Convergent Science will share the latest developments in its CONVERGE CFD software. The conference, hosted by CONVERGE distributor IDAJ, will focus on accurate and efficient CAE/CFD software. In each country, Keith Richards, Vice President and Co-Founder of Convergent Science, will present <em>Introduction of CONVERGE 2.3 and Future Plans</em>, while Dan Lee, Vice President at Convergent Science, will present <em>Advances in CONVERGE for Engine Aftertreatment</em> and <em>Introduction of New Features in CONVERGE Studio 2.3</em>.</p>\n
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