SPH-flow Designer: Provide unrivalled in-depth insights

The SPH-flow solvers use the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) method. This method looks at computational fluid dynamics in a new light. Resulting from years of intense research, SPH-flow Designer reveals new abilities in simulating previously unreachable complex problems.

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SPH-flow

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SPH-flow trial version

High-fidelity results for complex multi-physics designs

SPH-flow Designer, renowned state-of-the-art accuracy

SPH-flow Designer uses the most-advanced and state-of-the-art SPH models, improving accuracy and convergence order, even when complex multi-physics is involved: surface tension with wettability, Fluid-Structure Interactions (FSI), thermal analysis, SPH-LBM and SPH-FV co-simulation, multi-level Adaptive Particle Refinement (APR)…  

Features

No tedious meshing operations for faster and easier simulation setup

High-quality results from high-level formulations

Local particle refinement for focused simulations

Lagrangian formulation for advection-related physical phenomena

Accurate free-surface tracking

Multi-fluid capacity

Wide variety of accounted physics

From imposed rigid body motion to coupled FSI simulations

Waves generator

Strongly scalable MPI algorithms for HPC

Characteristics

Resolved physics:

    • Navier-Stokes or Euler equations
    • Weakly compressible approach
    • Implicitly tracked free surface
    • Viscosity models
    • Surface tension models
    • Heat transfer and thermal analysis
    • Multi-fluid capacity
    • Various boundary conditions: no-slip/slip, periodicity, inlet/outlet…
    • Rigid body with imposed or free motion
    • Fluid-structure interaction (FSI)
    • Aerodynamics forcing on fluid

Numerical aspects:

    • Particle-based method SPH
    • Lagrangian or ALE approach
    • Convective flux computation based on Riemann solvers
    • ALE-based particles rearrangement (shifting)
    • NFM and ghost boundary formulations
    • Local particle refinement
    • 3rd order explicit time scheme
    • Scalable parallel computing based on MPI protocol