PowerFLOW: Through the usage of our unique, inherently transient Lattice Boltzmann-based physics, Exa’s PowerFLOW® CFD solution performs simulations that accurately predict real world conditions. Using the PowerFLOW suite, engineers evaluate product performance early in the design process prior to any prototype being built — when the impact of change is most significant for design and budgets. PowerFLOW imports fully complex model geometry and accurately and efficiently performs aerodynamic, aeroacoustic and thermal management simulations.

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  1. Degrigny, Johan; Cai, Shang-Gui; Boussuge, Jean-François; Sagaut, Pierre: Improved wall model treatment for aerodynamic flows in LBM (2021)
  2. Krause, Mathias J.; Kummerländer, Adrian; Avis, Samuel J.; Kusumaatmaja, Halim; Dapelo, Davide; Klemens, Fabian; Gaedtke, Maximilian; Hafen, Nicolas; Mink, Albert; Trunk, Robin; Marquardt, Jan E.; Maier, Marie-Luise; Haussmann, Marc; Simonis, Stephan: OpenLB -- open source lattice Boltzmann code (2021)
  3. Löhner, Rainald; Othmer, Carsten; Mrosek, M.; Figueroa, Alejandro; Degro, Atis: Overnight industrial LES for external aerodynamics (2021)
  4. Spinelli, Gregorio Gerardo; Celik, Bayram: Applications of a central ENO and AUSM schemes based compressible N-S solver with reconstructed conservative variables (2021)
  5. Xin, Jianjian; Chen, Zhenlei; Shi, Fan; Shi, Fulong; Jin, Qiu: A radial basis function-based ghost cell method for complex rigid or flexible moving boundary flows (2021)
  6. Wang, Yong; Zhong, Chengwen; Cao, Jun; Zhuo, Congshan; Liu, Sha: A simplified finite volume lattice Boltzmann method for simulations of fluid flows from laminar to turbulent regime. II: Extension towards turbulent flow simulation (2020)
  7. Guo, Kai; Cui, Xiongwei; Liu, Minghao: A coupled lattice Boltzmann-volume penalization for flows past fixed solid obstacles with local mesh refinement (2018)
  8. Sun, Y.; Shu, C.; Wang, Y.; Teo, C. J.; Chen, Z.: An immersed boundary-gas kinetic flux solver for simulation of incompressible flows (2017)
  9. Pellerin, Nicolas; Leclaire, Sébastien; Reggio, Marcelo: An implementation of the Spalart-Allmaras turbulence model in a multi-domain lattice Boltzmann method for solving turbulent airfoil flows (2015)
  10. Sun, Chenghai; Pérot, Franck; Zhang, Raoyang; Freed, David M.; Chen, Hudong: Impedance boundary condition for lattice Boltzmann model (2013)
  11. Li, Kai; Zhong, Chengwen; Zhuo, Congshan; Cao, Jun: Non-body-fitted Cartesian-mesh simulation of highly turbulent flows using multi-relaxation-time lattice Boltzmann method (2012)
  12. Du, TeZhuan; Li, XiangQun; Zhang, XiaLing; Wang, YiWei: Lattice Boltzmann method used for the aircraft characteristics computation at high angle of attack (2010)
  13. Evstigneev, N. M.; Magnitskii, N. A.: Nonlinear dynamics in the initial-boundary value problem on the fluid flow from a ledge for the hydrodynamic approximation to the Boltzmann equations (2010)
  14. Wu, J.; Shu, C.: Implicit velocity correction-based immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann method and its applications (2009)
  15. Wang, Yiwei; Wang, Yang; An, Yiran; Chen, Yaosong: Aerodynamic simulation of high-speed trains based on the lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) (2008)
  16. Geller, Sebastian; Krafczyk, Manfred; Tölke, Jonas; Turek, Stefan; Hron, Jaroslav: Benchmark computations based on lattice-Boltzmann, finite element and finite volume methods for laminar flows (2006)
  17. Peng, Y.; Shu, C.; Chew, Y. T.; Niu, X. D.; Lu, X. Y.: Application of multi-block approach in the immersed boundary-lattice Boltzmann method for viscous fluid flows (2006)
  18. Imamura, Taro; Suzuki, Kojiro; Nakamura, Takashi; Yoshida, Masahiro: Acceleration of steady-state lattice Boltzmann simulations on non-uniform mesh using local time step method (2005)
  19. Lockard, David P.; Luo, Li-Shi; Milder, Seth D.; Singer, Bart A.: Evaluation of PowerFLOW for aerodynamic applications (2002)