Tank filling and tank sloshing

Two examples of numerical calculations with free surface flow: Our first film shows the filling process of a tank with a viscous medium. The medium flows into a tank via a nozzle and is sucked out again at another point via an outlet.

 

 

 

In the second film, the partially filled tank undergoes a brief acceleration movement. Occurring forces, e.g. on fixtures or walls, can be determined at freely definable monitor points. The appearance, number and position of the fixtures can be changed at will. By such calculations optimal configurations can be found very fast to reduce the unwanted sloshing of the medium.

 

High Performance Computing: Hawk to replace Hazel Hen at HLRS

The High Performance Computing Center (HLRS) of the University of Stuttgart announces in a press release the construction of the world’s fastest supercomputer for industrial production. The new supercomputer Hawk is being built in cooperation with the market leader Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and, with a theoretical peak performance of 24 petaFLOPS, will be about 3.5 times faster than the current supercomputer Hazel Hen.

CFD Consultants GmbH will thus be able to carry out flow simulations with several 100 million grid cells in a very short computing time for the development processes of our customers.

Press release HLRS

News message HLRS