The AVBP project started in 1993 upon an initiative of Michael Rudgyard and Thilo Schönfeld with the aim to build a modern software tool for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) within CERFACS of high flexibility, efficiency and modularity. Since then, the project grew rapidly and today, AVBP represents one of the most advanced CFD tools worldwide for the numerical simulation of compressible unsteady turbulence for reacting flows
AVBP is widely used both for basic research and applied research of industrial interest. Applications range from aeronautical turbines to piston engines as well as safety applications. Initially co-develop with IFP Energies Nouvelles, now CERFACS handles the majority of the developments and maintains the code whereas academic laboratories contribute with added physical models and validations. Partners include EM2C – CNRS CentraleSupélec , LMFA lab at Ecole Centrale Lyon and Institut de Mécanique des Fluides de Toulouse. Industrial users include Safran Group, Air Liquide, Gaz de France, Total and Airbus.
Our webinar gives an introduction to AVBP by Gabriel Staffelbach, with enouh time for questions from the attendees. Whether you’re a developer, engineer or project manager – feel free to join us and learn what you could do with AVBP!