EASC CONFERENCE 2009
RBF Morph has been awarded ” Most Advanced Approach Using Integrated and Combined Simulation Methods” at the European Automotive Simulation Conference (EASC 2009) for the presentation Industrial Application Of The Meshless Morpher RBF Morph To A Motorbike Windshield Optimization.
HALL OF FAME 2013
RBF Morph has been runner-up in the ANSYS Hall of Fame Competition 2013 with the developed fluid-structure interaction numerical modeling method. Modal loads are directly integrated over mesh to calculate actual values of modal coordinates for both static and transient problems.
ASWC 2013 RBF MORPH AWARDED FOR THE BEST USE OF HPC
RBF Morph was awarded “Best Use of HPC” during the closing ceremony of the ANSYS Automotive Simulation World Congress 2013 in Frankfurt. The award is given in recognition of the paper: “Advanced Mesh Morphing for Automotive Applications using RBF Morph”, presented by Dr. Marco Evangelos Biancolini, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Rome (Italy).
ASWC 2013 DALLARA ENGINEERING AWARDED FOR THE MOST INNOVATIVE USE OF SIMULATION
The third award, for the “Most Innovative Use of Simulation”, was presented to Simona Invernizzi from Dallara Engineering in Parma (Italy) for her paper on “Advanced Mesh Morphing Applications in Motorsport”. A specific example of usage of RBF Morph in motor sport was given by Dallara with examples on the Indy Car IR5.
HALL OF FAME 2016
The Design Methods company won the 2016 Hall of Fame world competition in the session “Corporate Thanks to a Groundbreaking Application Concerning the Optimization of A-class Catamaran” that was accomplished through the coupled use of ANSYS Fluent and RBF Morph. Specifically, a CFD sail analysis with an analytical velocity prediction program (VPP) was tuned against multiphase CFD analysis of the hull in order to get the optimal shape.
HALL OF FAME 2018
Using ANSYS CFD and RBF Morph, researchers created a virtual statistical patient to analyze the blood flow and blood pressure alterations during the transition of the aorta from a healthy to an aneurysmatic state.