The 2015 XFlow User Conference was a success! A special thanks to everyone who participated.

Take a look at some of the highlights below…

SEPTEMBER 9

José Luis Martínez
INES Ingenieros

Numerical evaluation of wind actions impact on safety and functionality of Santiago Bernabéu Stadium

Michael Ehlen
Qpunkt

Typical automotive applications in Xflow. From simple pressure drop calculations to advanced aeroacoustic simulations and multiphase applications.

Dr. Mónica de Mier
Abengoa Research

Calculation of wind loads on solar structures by means of CFD and other applications to renewable energy

Philippe Bricard
NICE

Beyond the limits: A mobile & collaborative XFlow experience with NICE Software

Jonatán Felipe
Instituto Tecnológico y de Energías Renovables

TeideHPC: using Xflow in a supercomputing infrastructure

Raúl-Carlos Llamas-Sandin
AIRBUS

Early aerodynamic assessment of unconventional aircraft configurations

Dr. Nicolas Bailey
CT Ingenieros

Demo Case: Integrated process of geometry generation and aerodynamic analysis

ChapmanBDSP
Sinisa Stankovic, CBDSP

CFD in Natural Ventilation of Buildings: the non-deterministic cases

Ruddy Brionnaud
Next Limit Technologies

Introduction to XFlow 2015: What’s new and improved?

Dr. Francisco Martinez
Next Limit Technologies

XFlow development, the road ahead

SEPTEMBER 10

Dr. Takeshi Yamaguchi
AISIN AW

Application of CFD to an Automatic Transmission

Hermann MAIER
Gridlab GmbH

Challenging multiphase flow applications in chemical engineering

Dr. Tom Shieh
Toyota TEMA

Two phase solver for automotive powertrain applications

André Zimmer
Mantium CAE

Understanding transient effects in Motorsport Aerodynamics using XFlow

Ramón Díaz & Iago Fernández
Gompute

HPC in the cloud: Gompute Support for XFlow Simulations

Dr. Luc van Bavel
Luc van Bavel Design

Aeronautical Simulations with XFlow CFD-Rigid Body Dynamics – Validations Studies and Novel Capabilities

Pablo Arrieta Yáñez
Ingeciber

FSI Analysis using XFlow of a prototype vessel for waste treatment

Dr. Giuseppe Trapani
Piaggio/Next Limit Technologies

Piaggio – Stall prediction of the Piaggio Aerospace P1XX Aircraft using a Lattice-Boltzmann method solution.

Dr. José Luis Peña
Repsol

Advances CFD applications in oil&gas industry: a question of scale

Location

BERNABEU STADIUM

Madrid, Spain