Generic Wing surface resistance in Genesis-CFD
Genesis is a suite of software products developed by the US DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP) through CREATE. Genesis targets education, research, and evaluation use cases, specifically. Genesis is NOT export-controlled. The Genesis software suite includes: Capstone and CFD.
Capstone is a software platform to create, modify, and query geometry, mesh, and attribution information needed to define a digital model for physics-based simulation of complex engineering systems. Capstone applications include computation of complex flow fields around air vehicles (fixed and rotary wing), ships and submarines; analyses and design of radio-frequency (RF) antennae systems; shock and damage modeling for ships and submarines; structural-acoustics modeling, and terrain modeling.
A-10 surface with weapon stores mesh in Capstone.
Genesis CFD provides basic computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis capabilities. These include single mesh unstructured Navier-Stokes solver (core count constrained), motion (prescribed and 6-DOF), modal model-based aeroelastic structures, and 0-D linear engine model for propulsion boundary conditions. Genesis CFD is available as executable code only.
Sphere in forward movement and wind vortices simulation in Genesis-CFD.