CFD is performing a survey on the use of CFD or computational fluid dynamics as an engineering simulation tool.
Engineering software developer, Envenio, has launched an online CFD (computational fluid dynamics) Survey in a bid to find out more about the engineering community’s relationship with simulation.
More specifically, the survey aims to delve deeper into what, when, why, and how engineers are using CFD, and identify the common limitations experienced on a daily basis. The survey aims to establish the current simulation challenges being experienced, identify the platforms being used for CFD analysis, and typical CFD problem sizes.
In addition, the survey is expected to identify the most important factors that influence CFD purchasing decisions, establish use of the cloud, and ask how CFD engineers gather their information.
“The aim of the survey is to gain a real snapshot of the CFD industry right now” said Rachael Hopwood Jarvis, PR & Marketing Manager of Envenio.
“While there are many academic resources around the use of CFD and wider CAE, we wanted to access the ‘CFD simulation frontline’, getting the thoughts of those who are actively using CFD now, and those that may benefit from its use in future. The results should be useful for us here at Envenio, and the industry as a whole” she added.
The feedback will be shared with the industry in the autumn and should provide a snapshot as to where improvements and innovation are needed.
As an incentive, Envenio will enter all respondents into a prize draw, with the chance to win 50 EXN/Aero compute hours, a magnum of Veuve Clicquot Champagne and an Amazon voucher.