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Welcome to the World of Fast Morphing!

This site is dedicated to the product RBF Morph, an integrated system for morphing and shape optimization tailored for the CFD solver ANSYS Fluent.

RBF Morph is a unique morpher that combines a very accurate control of the geometrical parameters with an extremely fast mesh deformation, fully integrated in the CFD solving process. RBF Morph is the meeting point between state-of-the-art scientific research and top-level industrial needs.

Most important industrial requirements, like process integration, mesh-independent solution, parallelism, large models and arbitrary mesh element type management, are so fulfil by RBF Morph. The final goal of RBF Morph is to perform parametric studies of component shapes and positions typical of the fluid-dynamic design like multi-configuration studies, sensitivity studies, design developments, DOE (Design Of Experiment) and shape optimization. Thanks to the ANSYS partnership this product is now available for FLUENT users as an add-on.

 

Latest News

 

Article: "Virtual test bench for hemodynamic evaluation of aortic cannulation in cardiopulmonary bypass"

The article the dealing with a virtual test bench for hemodynamic evaluation of aortic cannulation in cardiopulmonary bypass based on RBF mesh morphing and presented at 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics that took place in Barcelona (Spain) in July from 20th to 25th 2014 is now downloadable in the reserver area of by means of the link.

In particular, RBF Morph was used to explore clinical use parameters that influence surgery performances.

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Article: "A CFD-Based Wing Sail Optimisation Method Coupled to a VPP"

An article dealing with the optimisation of wing sail through a CFD-based method founded on RBF mesh morphing coupled to a Velocity Prediction Program (VPP) was submitted to the 5th High Performance Yacht Design Conference (HPYD5) that will be held in March from 10th to 12th 2014 at the University of Auckland.

HYPD5 will cover all topics relating to high performance power and sailing yachts, and it is organised under the auspices of The Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA) of NZ and the University of Auckland.

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