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Convergent Science Welcomes Dr. Graham Goldin - March 31, 2014

Dr. Graham Goldin has joined Convergent Science as a Senior Project Manager – Combustion Development. Dr. Goldin will focus on further advancements of the combustion model suite in CONVERGE™ CFD software, with a focus on optimizing detailed chemistry methodologies using large mechanisms running on massively parallel environments. Dr. Goldin has over…more

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Convergent Science develop at speed with Allinea DDT - March 05, 2014

Convergent Science, Inc. is a world leader in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software. Their development teams focus on speed, precision and simplifying their workflows to get to market before competitors and keep customers happy – Allinea DDT plays a big role in achieving this.    “Adopting Allinea Software’s debugging tool, Allinea…more

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CONVERGE™ Webinar Series Kicks Off on November 6th @ 11AM EST with “Eliminating Meshing from Gas Turbine and Burner CFD Simulations” presented by Scott A. Drennan - October 31, 2013

Gas turbine and burner manufacturers are increasingly incorporating combustion Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) into their design lifecycles.  Combustion CFD supporting low emissions/fuel flexible designs has made substantial advancements recently with the use of unsteady LES simulation to supplement conventional steady-state RANS simulations.  However, mesh generation in the CFD workflow remains a…more

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CONVERGE™ Technical Papers Featured at ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division’s 2013 Fall Technical Conference - October 31, 2013

Listed below are the papers in which CONVERGE™ was highlighted and presented at ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division’s 2013 Fall Technical Conference in Dearborn, Michigan on October 13th through 16th.  Authors include: Cameron Compression Systems, Argonne National Laboratory, Caterpillar, Sandia National Laboratory, Chrysler Group LLC, General Motors, University of…more