Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments at AIAA SciTech 2021

AIAA SciTech 2021, an online event, opened yesterday. Over the next two weeks there are seven technical sessions hosted by the Meshing, Visualization, and Computational Environments technical committee that you’ll probably want to attend. Here’s a brief list of the wheres and whens.

Friday 15 January

MVCE-01: Meshing Applications I – 1pm – 2:15 pm (eastern)

  • An Adjoint Elasticity Solver for High-Order Mesh Deformation
  • Smart Adaptive Mesh Refinement with NEMoSys
  • r-adaptive Mesh Algorithms with High-order Flux Reconstruction Scheme for High-speed Flows

MVCE-02: Meshing Applications II – 2:30 pm – 3:45 pm (eastern)

  • Mesh Effects for 2-D CFD Solutions on a High Lift CRM Wing Section
  • Verification of Viscous Goal-Based Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation
  • Recursive Sub-Division Technique for Higher-Order Pyramid and Prism Isosurface Visualization
  • Interoperable Application Programming Interfaces for Computer Aided Engineering Applications

Tuesday 19 January

MVCE-03: Visualization and Analytics I – 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm (eastern)

  • Virtual Experiments of Light and Shock Wave Interaction Using Nonlinear Ray Tracing and Photon Mapping
  • Sparse Spatial Sampling: A mesh sampling algorithm for efficient processing of big simulation data
  • Deploying deep learning in OpenFOAM with TensorFlow
  • Efficient Streamline Integration over a Computational Surface Mesh using Barycentric Coordinates

MVCE-04: Visualization and Analytics II – 2:30 pm – 3:45 pm (eastern)

  • Summary of the SciTech 2020 Technical Panel on In Situ/In Transit Computational Environments for Visualization and Data Analytics
  • Application of the Spectre-UQ Computational Environment to a Hypersonic Total UQ Study
  • Aquila: A Distributed and Portable Post-Processing Library for Large-Scale Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Scoreboard: Management and Creation of In Situ and In Transit Data Extractions via Computational Steering
  • Design of a Virtual Wind Tunnel for CFD Visualization

Wednesday 20 January

MVCE-05: Geometry-centric Techniques and Frameworks for Mesh Generation – 10:00 am – 11:15 am (esatern)

  • Geometry-Based High-Order Finite Element Approximations for Structural-Acoustics
  • A high-order h-adaptive discontinuous Galerkin method for unstructured grids based on a posteriori error estimation.

MVCE-06: Adaptive Meshing Technology – 1:00 pm – 2:15 pm (eastern)

  • Hybrid anisotropic mesh adaptation using metric-orthogonal approach
  • Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Approach Based on Local Multiwavelet Analysis
  • P2 Cavity Operator and Riemannian Curved Edge Length Optimization: a Path to High-Order Mesh Adaptation
  • Adaptive Mesh Refinement in US3D
  • Implementation of metric-based anisotropic mesh adaptivity for HPCMP CREATETM applications

MVCE-07: Meshing Frameworks and Methods

  • A Framework for Mesh-Geometry Associativity during Mesh Adaptation [This is the paper on which I’m the 4th author!]
  • Mesh and Geometry Manipulations for Optimization and Inverse Design
  • A novel framework for unstructured meshes with optimized cell ordering using Hamiltonian paths
  • Anisotropic sizing field construction

Register for SciTech

You can register for SciTech on AIAA’s website and see these and literally hundreds more papers about aerospace technology including CFD and much more.

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