MESHFREE – more freedom in CAE

MESHFREE simulation of Karman vortex street with adaptive point refinement due to the gradient of velocity.

The complexity and difficulties of a flow simulation is highly dimensional. In many cases, we have only little or diffuse knowledge about boundary conditions or material properties. Moreover, the geometry might be extensive and very detailed, it may deform/move/change during the flow process. The flow might contain free surfaces or […]

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Efficient numerical quadrature for the boundary elements method with application to electrical machines

Nowadays, the design with regard to efficiency and reliability is a major task in the development of electrical machines. Therefore, numerical simulations play an increasingly important role. Due to many favorable properties, the finite element method (FEM) is well established for simulating low-frequency electrical engineering applications, e.g. with nonlinear material […]

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Development of an analysis program and a simulator for a company

My name is Bernardo Amaral and I am currently taking my Master degree in Mathematics, specialization in Applied Analysis and Computation with the ECMI’s model in Tecnomathematics at the University of Coimbra. I chose this route because I found interesting the requirements of spending one semester abroad and also the […]

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Using physics to speed up reservoir simulation

By Øystein Klemetsdal, PhD student at NTNU and SINTEF Digital, and Olav Møyner, Postdoc at NTNU and SINTEF Digital. Reservoir simulation can in broad terms be described as simulation of fluids flowing in porous rock formations underground. Applications range from simulating the flow of oil and gas in petroleum reservoirs […]

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European Joint Doctorate Network on High Performance Computing

ECMI node Wuppertal joins the Horizon 2020 European Joint Doctorate Network  HPC-LEAP: High Performance Computing in Life Sciences, Engineering And Physics (04/2015 — 03/2019), coordinated by the Cyprus Institute. Main Objectives of HPC-LEAP Provide a rigorous research program, which is interdisciplinary and at the same time has the required depth, […]

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International MSc programme Computer Simulation in Science

Since 2006 Wuppertal is successfully running an international M.Sc. programme entitled Computer Simulation in Science (CSiS)  that focuses on the development, implementation and application of computer-oriented simulation techniques and methods to modern research problems in natural sciences and engineering. All courses of this M.Sc. programme are taught in English language. […]

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New European Joint Doctorate Network STIMULATE, Application deadline February 28th, 2018

Wuppertal is partner of a newly established Horizon2020 European Joint Doctorate Network entitled EJD STIMULATE, coordinated by the Cyprus Institute, that will run for the next 4 years offering triple joint degrees for the PhD Fellows, see Home page EJD STIMULATE. STIMULATE stands for: SimulaTIon in MUltiscaLe physicAl and biological […]

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