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Supercomputing and AI drive advancements in CFD simulation

This shows two case studies used (and their respective mesh). You can see how dense the mesh is around the points of interest (cylinder). The top one is a traditional flow past the cylinder simulation (classical benchmark for these kinds of problems) and the bottom is a simulation including a small number of buildings (near Elephant and Castle, London). The latter mimics air pollution due to stationary vehicles. Both are 3D simulations.

Credit: Imperial College London

HPC, AI/ML and quantum computing are unlocking the next-generation CFD applications, writes Gemma Church

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