Aerodynamics & Turbulence Research Environment for Flight Objects
Thanks to EDISON-KFLOW you can now start your own compressible CFD (Computer fluid Dynamics) workflow in just few clicks. EDISON-KFLOW, in fact, brings you the most innovative feature of HPC (High Performance Computing) and engineering software. EDISON-KFLOW is a web-application which allows to run CFD simulations directly from your browser. The software used to run the calculations are high-accuracy KFLOW solver and Mesher on EDISON science & engineering platform. The flow solver was originally developed by prof. Park in Konkuk university, and modified for special purposes in KISTI.These high-end simulation framework and solvers provides advanced software for CFD simulations currently available.
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Data is a keyword in this era. Data-driven computational science and engineering is emerging recelty in platform-like environments like EDISON-KFLOW. To follow this research trend, we developed a machine learning driven prediction of aerodynamic performances of various airfoils.
Using EDISON-KFLOW means entering a new mindset, a new philosophy of simulating. Therefore, in order to be able to read and understand the following tutorials, bear in mind the following key definitions:
Research Platform for the Aerodynamics of Flight Objects such as airfoil, wings, and etc.: High precision / high efficiency aerodynamic / turbulence on simulation software can be utilized.
Simulation Project: Create your own analyzed project space, perform project-based simulations, invite colleagues and discuss.
Dataset / Analysis: Manage / share data or perform analysis / forecasting.
References: You can check the papers and lecture materials related to gas turbine aerodynamics & vibration.
The geometry step represents the phase in which the user defines the main geometrical characteristics of the case. The user is required to draw a complete geometry using a CAD software. The geometry file must be loaded in terms of fluid volume in case of a CFD analysis and solid volume in case of CSD analysis.