Paint shop simulation

Researcher of the Johannes Kepler University Linz have recently released a book that describes the current state of the art for simulating paint shop applications, their advantages and limitations, as well as corresponding high-performance computing (HPC) methods utilized in this domain.

In the new book it is shown how the complexity of applications bring corresponding fluid simulaiton methods to their limits and how these shortcomings can be overcome by emplying HPC methods. Image: Pexels/Pixabay

The authors provide a comprehensive introduction to fluid simulations, corresponding optimization methods from the HPC domain, as well as industrial paint shop applications. They showcase how the complexity of these applications bring corresponding fluid simulation methods to their limits and how these shortcomings can be overcome by employing HPC methods. The publication covers various optimization techniques for three individual fluid simulation techniques, namely grid-based methods, volumetric decomposition methods, and particle-based methods. The book provides not only a theoretical background on the covered methods, but also shows their application to actual problems from the automotive industry.

Further information: Verma, Kevin & Wille, Robert. (2021). High Performance Simulation for Industrial Paint Shop Applications. 10.1007/978-3-030-71625-7.

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