Software for CFD post-processing

Aug. 10, 2011
FieldView 13 for CFD post-processing lets users view animated transient filling sequences, and at the same time rotate, move, and zoom to gain new insights.
FieldView 13 for CFD post-processing lets users view animated transient filling sequences, and at the same time rotate, move, and zoom to gain new insights. The software lets users create compact representations of datasets, known as XDB files, that maintain the full numerical fidelity of their much larger complete datasets. XDB files are nearly 50 times smaller than the original data and therefore read faster and require far less disk space. FieldView 13 also delivers good graphics performance by exploiting modern multi-core CPU and many-core GPU systems. Image quality is excellent, with high quality anti-aliasing, transparency, and high-quality fonts. Intelligent Light, 301 Rt. 17 North, Rutherford, N.J., (201) 460-4700, http://www.ilight.com.
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