Traditionally, analysis of flow fields resulting from computational fluid dynamics calculations is a very sequential process. The flow area defined by surrounding geometry is tesselated, a mesh is generated and devided into subregions, transfered to a cluster or supercomputer and the result is transfered back. Then, a variaty of post-processing tasks should give insights to the physical problem. At that point, parameters chosen wrong can be identified and the simulation has to be done again with tweaked parameters. This is an iterative process that can be very time consuming, especially if one iteration lasts more than a few days.