Heart beating model thanks RBF Morph Add-on for ANSYS Fluent

In the thesis titled “Preoperative planning and simulation for artificial heart implantation surgery” Sophie Collin, phd of University of Rennes, shows as it’s possible the elaboration of a heart beating model with our Add-on for ANSYS Fluent. The RBF mesh … Read More

Presentations given at the CAE Conference 2019 are now available to download

The RBF Morph Team took part in the International CAE Conference 2019 which was held on October, from 28th to 29th in Vicenza (Italy). In the first speech we presented our work in collaboration with Rina Consulting titled CAE Up: digital twins at … Read More

SACMI designs optimized next-generation components using automated surface sculpting

It’s now aviable the article published by RBF Morph on the EnginSoft Newsletter Year 16 n°3 Autumn 2019 that describes uses Adjoint and BGM shape-modification approaches for mesh morphing. With automatic surface sculpting, the morphing action can be guided by the physics of … Read More

RBF Morph becomes a partner of the Spinner project

We are happy to announce that RBF Morph becomes a participant of the EU Spinner project as a partner organization. It is a doctoral training programme aimed at Bioengineering early stage researchers, to train bioengineers to be in a position to … Read More

Testing the potential to offer CAE over the cloud in the SaaS paradigm

The article published by RBF Morph on the EnginSoft Newsletter Year 16 n°2 Summer 2019  describes a fluid-structure interaction(FSI) optimization carried out for the P180 Avanti EVO vehicle, a business aircraft designed and manufactured by Piaggio Aerospace. It shows the use of an additional … Read More