3D visualization solutions for the numerical simulation disciplines
based on 20 years of FEA and CFD insight
FEA, CFD, FSI, acoustics, electromagnetics, thermal modelling, numerical geology. The physical phenomena, the governing equations, and the solver schemes in use may differ; mathematical challenges like convergence, stability, accuracy, and computational efficiency exhibit significant overlap across disciplines. And, of course, all disciplines share challenges related to the practical implications of choice of compute frameworks, like ease of use, performance, scalability, and cost.
It is part of our BIOS that we commit to i) supporting all numerical simulation disciplines with data discretized in time and space and non-trivial 3D visualization needs; ii) facilitating collaboration across disciplines; and iii) enabling 3D visualization on any platform. Our products can read and visualize all/most solver file formats in broad use. We have created VTFx, free viewers, and Ceetron Cloud for easy and cost-free collaboration across disciplines. It finally means that we have products for the full range of compute devices, from smartphones, to pads, workstations, HPC, and all the way up to private and public cloud.
Ceetron Desktop Components and Cloud Components provide state-of-the-art streamline and particle traces, as well as full-featured isosurface and isovolume calculation that makes life easier when it comes to gaining insight on the results of complex modelling.
Let’s face it. It is already hard enough to get the modelling and solving ingredients right: your hours as a technical chef should focus on that complexity and rely on fellow visualization specialists to provide you the right tools to understand what your beams, thick shells, membranes or hexahedrons have to say.
Increasing the accuracy of CAE simulations is all about replacing simplifying assumptions by more physics.
Our customer list in the HPC area includes the Norwegian Metacenter for Computational Science at NTNU, Trondheim; Statoil HPC Cluster, Stavanger; and GE Aviation HPC Lab, India.
You may be lucky, and use a tool that supports export to VTFx and storage in the public or a private cloud.