Vendor Converge Science
CONVERGE is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) code that completely eliminates the user time needed to generate a mesh through an innovative run-time mesh generation technique. Because of this, CONVERGE:
- allows moving boundaries to be handled completely automatically
- eliminates the deforming mesh issues typically associated with moving boundaries
- allows for perfectly orthogonal cells resulting in improved accuracy and simplified numerics
- maintains the true geometry, independent of the mesh resolution
Our Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR) technology is a fully customizable technique that refines the mesh at run-time automatically where it is needed. You will never again have to guess where to add resolution ahead of time. AMR increases accuracy while decreasing run-times by using more mesh where it’s needed and less where it’s not.
Our detailed chemistry solver SAGE and our pioneering Genetic Algorithm optimization tool CONGO are also included in CONVERGE.
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