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Welcome to the World of Fast Morphing!

This site is dedicated to the product RBF Morph, an integrated system for morphing and shape optimization tailored for the CFD solver ANSYS Fluent and now available as an ACT Extension for ANSYS Workbench and a stand alone software.

RBF Morph is a unique mesh morphing technology that combines a very accurate control of the geometrical parameters with an extremely fast mesh deformation, fully integrated in the solving process. RBF Morph is the meeting point between state-of-the-art scientific research and top-level industrial needs.

Most important industrial requirements like process integration, mesh-independent solution, parallelism, large models and arbitrary mesh element type management, are so fulfil by RBF Morph. The final goal of RBF Morph is to perform parametric studies of component shapes and positions like multi-configuration studies, sensitivity studies, design developments, DOE (Design Of Experiment) and shape optimization. Thanks to the ANSYS partnership this product is available as an add-on for FLUENT and as an ACT Extension for Workbench.


Latest News


RBF Morph at AIAS 2015 Conference

At the Italian Conference AIAS 2015 on 2-5 of September in Messina we present two projects; the first project is an industrial application of SACMI based on RBF Morph and Ansys Mechanical: starting from a defined topology the paper shows how mesh morphing can be used to obtain the best shape in terms of component reliability. In the second project a procedure to optimise the shape of a connecting rod subject to inertia loads is showed.

Find all our papers and publications in the download area or use direct links for Aias 2015 – 503 Structural Optimisation Using Advanced Radial Basis Functions Mesh Morphing and Aias 2015 - 596 Ottimizzazione Strutturale Di Una Biella Automobilistica Mediante Mesh Morphing.



RBF Morph at ASME Turbo Expo 2015

Two applications of mesh morphing based on RBF Morph will be presented at ASME Turbo EXPO 2015 that will be take place from 15th to 19th of June at Palais De Congres in Montreal - Canada. Both papers are the result of a joint research between the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy), the University of Leeds (UK) and ANSYS UK Ltd.



Registered Users

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