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How to push the boundaries of CFD modeling and the need to move towards democratization of numerical simulation
Read on to learn about the latest research findings from the global CFD community shared at the 9th OpenFOAM Conference
Aerospace, Automotive, Company News, Digital Transformation, Virtual Reality

Sustainably Protect Humans Against Harmful Aerosols
This blog discusses a new approach to determine and validate effective measures to mitigate the risks of airborne particles based on the distribution of aerosols carrying pathogens exhaled by humans in closed spaces.
Virtual Reality

Simulation Reigns Supreme in Reducing Model Preparation Time by 50%
Virtual Prototyping helps manufacturers ensure the safety, driveability, and durability of their vehicles – under all road and driving conditions – using water flow management simulations.
Automotive

Dirisolar Reclaims the Sky with Its Ecological Airship
An aircraft for cargo and passenger use with unlimited flight time, 100% carbon-free flights, and 90% of components made from recycled material... Where do we sign up?
Aerospace, Digital Transformation

Return to Your Office with Confidence: Validation of the Safety of Workspaces
When our colleagues in India became concerned about going back to the office after COVID lockdowns were easing up, we decided what better use of our expertise than to reassure the worried minds of our fellow team members? Keep reading to find out how safe each space in your office place is.
Company News, Digital Transformation

Driving Change for Vehicle Emission Policies
The WLTP emissions testing standard is falling short, leaving OEMs with a logistical nightmare unless regulators include simulation in this new regime. In this post, we explain how ESI is working with industry leaders to overhaul the WLTP, reduce emissions, and futureproof the automotive industry.
Automotive

How Do the World’s Largest Flags Actually Fly?
Flags are designed to display a message.
Automotive, Digital Transformation

Overcoming Cabin Design Challenges for Autonomous Vehicles
80% of OEMs plan to have autonomous cars on the road by 2025. This requires a complete reinvention of vehicle interior design. Passengers will be able to swivel around the cabin, obtain personalized climate control and better managed acoustics will be required. Discover how you can achieve optimum solutions while, at the same time, reduce the time and cost of product development.
Automotive

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