Welcome to the World of Fast Morphing!
Sailing faster and faster powered by mesh morphing.
Flow sculpted surfaces for reduced pressure drop. The right choice for engine runners and air distribution systems.
Reduced engine noise, improved aero efficiency and fuel economy for greener aircrafts.
Increased gliding span thanks to efficient wings.
Performance matters! High fidelity FSI simulations makes motorsport aero development more and more accurate.
RBF Morph is the meeting point between state-of-the-art scientific research and top-level industrial needs.
Enjoying the synergy of the knowledge and the experience coming from both the industrial and scientific sector, the RBF Morph team is able to conceive and design high-efficiency simulation procedures based on mesh morphing and adapt them in accordance to customers’ product development processes to release reliable and consistent solutions. Contact us for an evaluation and quote.
Support, Maintenance and Customization
Thanks to the reliable and long-standing experience of a consolidated team, RBF Morph offers the most reliable technical expertise of its mesh morphing based solutions so that the delivery of comprehensive support as well as consistent solutions personalized to customers’ specific requirements are guaranteed. If you require help developing and implementing your own optimization models or simulation process to solve a specific CAE problem then contact us for an evaluation and quote.
Research and Development
A combination of technology, tenacity, courage and imagination define our vision in the turning CAE-based procedures into competitive advantage being aware that each single customer is a unique opportunity and challenge. We have supported industrial-research joint initiatives such as the Morphlab project.
The aim of the RBF Morph technology is to perform fast mesh morphing using a mesh-independent approach based on state-of-the-art RBF (Radial Basis Functions) techniques. Radial Basis Functions (RBF) are recognized among the best mathematical tools to perform mesh morphing. An industrial implementation of RBF is available in the software RBF MorphTM born for CFD applications and now available in ANSYS Mechanical.