Fluids Simulations to Improve Real-World Performance

What’s new in 2023

XFlow 2023 includes the following features and enhancements:

  • XFlow supports the use of multiresolution boosting the simulation performance.
  • Thermal analysis of gearbox components is enabled by the ability to output surface fields, such as heat transfer coefficients, on moving geometries.
  • Accurate torque prediction for churning losses estimation.
  • Ability to plot pressure and viscous force/moment contributions separately.
  • XFlow supports the use of NVIDIA GPU cards with both Linux and Windows operating systems.
  • XFlow supports the use AMD GPU cards with Linux operating systems.
  • Ability to compute the time averaged data from a starting time step.
  • Reduced storage requirements by the ability to save a specific scalar, surface and volumetric fields as either instantaneous values, averaged values or both.
  • Optimized GPU memory consumption in cases with moving parts or multi-resolution.
  • Support for new SIMULIA Unified licenses (SIMUNIT) that allow running any SIMULIA products with the same license: Tokens and Credits.
    • Tokens: allocated during use and released after use.
    • Credits: consumed during the use.