Flow visualisation of a cavitating hydrofoil as part of a preliminary test validation study for a large numerical and physical research project.

Back to - To Do

Numerical and Statistical Data Analysis


Pacific ESI staff members have extensive experience in the demanding and specialised field of high-performance numerical analysis and coding. In one case, to meet our clients specifications, a staff member successfully ported a client’s proof of concept statistical analysis code from R to a cross-platform Fortran 2008 command line application while simultaneously reducing memory usage from ~48 GB to less than 4 GB and slashing run times from several days to less than a minute. Similar work has been performed in PYTHON and C/C++ as well as Java.

C++ code environment working on the Open Source SU2 CFD code

Image from a local development environment of the SU2 C++ CFD code:

Searchable Keywords

  1. Big Data
  2. Data Analysis
  3. High Performance Computing
  4. Statistical Analysis
  5. R
  7. C/C++
  8. Fortran