Cloud HPC makes simulation-driven design optimization more accessible

A new wave of young, visionary organizations and initiatives is making the power of cloud HPC (high-performance computing) resources readily available and accessible to engineering simulation and optimization software users–including many who could never before afford anything close to the full computing horsepower they needed and wanted to run those applications. Continue reading

Rescale’s SaaS web-based workflow is designed to be easy to use, and includes pre/post-processing and remote desktop features. Source: Rescale. (Click image to enlarge.)
Automotive engineering firm Carlsson Autotechnik GmbH used SimScale’s pay-as-you-go model to apply fluid flow simulation in aerodynamic development, a capability previously affordable only to Formula One racing teams and major auto OEMs. Source: Carlsson and SimScale
UberCloud Experiment 187: CFD analysis of automotive V6 intake manifold using an UberCloud software container with STAR-CCM+ in the Azure Cloud. Left: manifold geometry. Right: velocity streamlines from CFD simulation. Source: CAE Technology Inc. and UberCloud
Tractor-trailer aerodynamic drag analysis executed on AweSim platform. Source: AweSim