SIMULIA XFlow pushes the limits of simulating highly dynamic or turbulent systems. Advanced behaviors such as liquid surface tension and free body motion can analyze everything from a boat riding the waves to oil sloshing in a gearbox, to an aircraft executing flight maneuvers, and much more.
Fluids Simulations to Improve Real-World Performance
A Lattice-Boltzmann approach to CFD can simulate non-continuous flows ranging from microfluidics to vacuum chambers to high-altitude hypersonic airflow.
Solve projects locally with both CPU and Graphics acceleration, or distribute to HPC environments with linear scaling.
Simulate complex fluid flow combined with heat transfer and rigid body motion, including stress analysis via co-simulation with SIMULIA Abaqus
Generate plots and function graphs based on user-defined equations such as body forces, acoustic waves, and drag coefficients.
Create your own fluids with advanced physics including convection, non-Newtonian viscosity, buoyancy and surface tension.
Automatic time step calculation with Large Eddy Simulation (LES) turbulence allows the most advanced visualization of dynamic and unsteady flows.
Avoid traditional meshing thanks to XFlow’s automatically generated Cartesian lattice, which refines itself around solid geometry and turbulent wakes.
Import STEP, IGES or STL files directly from SOLIDWORKS with immediate detection of fluid space and boundary layer.
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