Why Ennova

Ground Breaking Geometry Cleanup

Preparing your CAD data for Mesh Generation for CFD has always been the Achilles’ Heel of the process. With Ennova's Mesh Topology Technology, cleanup of assemblies of thousands of parts can be accomplished in minutes with a single button push.

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Solving Complex Problems

At Ennova our goal is simple: To enable the CFD engineer to build models in hours that previously took months without sacrificing quality or accuracy. We accomplish this by deploying leading edge geometry healing and grid generation on a client/serve/parallel architecture that allows the pre- and post- processing to access the same compute resources that are used for the CFD solver.

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Anistropic Meshes

For the highest accuracy, a mesh with three-fold anisotropy is the only thing that fits the bill. Until now this could only be accomplished with a great deal of human effort using tools such as ICEM-CFD HEXA. We have completely automated the process, allowing you to capture a high fidelity solution with a minimal number of elements.

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The Ennova Vision

In 2007 when I left Ansys to start Ennova, I wanted to make sure that what we created would be different enough from ICEM-CFD to be compelling to ICEM-CFD users. I thought about what was different between the computing landscape in 1990 when we started ICEM CFD and 2007. The main difference was that in 1990, multi-processor machines were rare and expensive, and coding for parallel computing was considered very esoteric. In 1990 developers and users could expect that CPU speeds would double every two years. Thus, any problem that was too big to be handled with the day’s software and hardware could be tackled by waiting a year or so, which might be quicker than undertaking the software development necessary to achieve the same effect. However, by 2004 for many reasons, the decades long constant increase in CPU speeds came to a sudden halt. Computers in the future would have more CPU cores, not faster ones.

-Dr. Michael Hohmeyer, CEO/Co-Founder

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