News from RBF Morph
4 May 2021A free version of our RBF Morph for Ansys Mechanical has been released!
A free version of RBF Morph for Ansys Mechanical has been released. It is intended to work with Ansys StructuresRead more.
16 April 2021Two studies powered by RBF Morph technology at the Ansys Simulation World 2021
Ansys Simulation World 2021 is designed to inspire and educate executives, engineers, R&D and manufacturing professionals about the transformative powersRead more.
22 March 2021Ottimizzazione di un componente motociclistico attraverso il biological Growth method.
The Biological Growth Method (BGM) is an efficient optimization approach suitable for the surface stress reduction in a specific mechanicalRead more.
11 March 2021IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
CAD model update on as-built geometries with morphing technique: ITER winding pack Abstract: CAD and CAE model update on manufacturedRead more.
10 March 2021IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Modeling flexible/curved PCBs using RBF mesh morphing Abstract: In the recent past, flexible printed circuit board (PCB) electronics have seenRead more.
22 February 2021High fidelity fluid-structure interaction by radial basis functions mesh adaption of moving walls: a workflow applied to an aortic valve
An interesting article titled High fidelity fluid-structure interaction by radial basis functions mesh adaption of moving walls: a workflow applied toRead more.
20 January 2021Analysis of Vortex Induced Vibration of a thermowell
Today the need for developing multi-physics approaches in order to address modern and complex design challenges is rising. A typicalRead more.
4 December 2020Two companion papers about our RIBES wing published in ASCE’s Journal
Two companion papers, summarizing the numerical/experimental activity performed within the RIBES project, have been finally accepted for publication in ASCE’sRead more.