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Team 206: Establishing the Design Space of a Bioreactor with ANSYS Fluent on Microsoft Azure

Team 205Bioreactors are the heart of every pharmaceutical manufacturing process. One goal of a bioreactor is to operate at process conditions that provide sufficient oxygen to the suspended cells. The design space of a bioreactor defines the relationship between the input and output parameters of the cell culture process and typically relies on a design of experiments (DOE) approach to characterize the inter-dependencies between tank design and process operating conditions. The pharmaceutical industry has adopted CFD modeling as a cost-saving option. However, the simulation time and compute resources required to explore the relationships between various process parameters can be quite extensive. This case study reviews the use of HPC to establish the design space of a production-scale sparged bioreactor. The simulation framework is developed and executed on Azure Cloud resources running the ANSYS Fluent UberCloud container. Read the case study HERE.

Team 203: Aerodynamic Study of a 3D Wing Using ANSYS CFX in the Opin Kerfi Cloud

Team 203The aim of this UberCloud Experiment #203 was to study the air flow and the forces acting on an aircraft wing due to the velocity of the air. The study provides in-depth insights on the air flow, pressure and velocity distribution around the wing and also parameters required to calculate the lift and the drag force. The simulation platform was built in a 128-core HPC cloud server with 125 GB RAM and with ANSYS CFX 19.0 modelling environment. The Cloud environment was accessed using a VNC viewer through the user’s web browser. The ANSYS software was running in UberCloud’s application software containers which enable users to instant interactive access and use of the ANSYS cloud environment. Read case study 203 HERE.

Team 202: Racing Car Airflow Simulation on the Advania Data Centers Cloud

Team 202The aim of this UberCloud Experiment #202 was to run a well-known ANSYS Fluent racing car benchmark on the newly developed HPE IaaS 1.0 cloud software stack providing HPCaaS and implemented on the Advania Data Centers HPCFLOW cloud, and to proof that this cloud platform is go-to-market ready. The project involved evaluating the racing car performance and the external air flow using the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) approach. The racing car CAD model with a dummy driver is modelled and used for this experiment. The CFD models were generated in the ANSYS 19.0 environment and the simulations platform was built in a 128-core HPC cluster in the Advania Data Center cloud. Read case study 202 HERE.

Moving CAE Applications to the Cloud is Getting Easier

Compendium 2018In this Digital Engineering article, Burak Yenier and Wolfgang Gentzsch present the 2018 UberCloud COMPENDIUM  with 13 new case studies about the most recent engineering simulation projects in the cloud. These case studies – again sponsored by HPE, Intel, and Digital Engineering – demonstrate impressively how straightforward it has become to move an engineering simulation to the cloud. Among the projects are the following: Airflow within a Nasal Cavity; Ropax Ferry Performance; Implantable Planar Antenna with ANSYS HFSS; Impurities Transport in a Heat Exchanger Using OpenFOAM; Drug-induced Arrhythmias of a Human Heart with Abaqus 2017; Kaplan turbine flow using OpenFOAM in the Advania Cloud; Peptide Benchmark Using LAMMPS; Neuromodulation in Schizophrenia; Maneuverability of a KRISO Container Ship Model in the Cloud; Racing Car Airflow Simulation; Aerodynamic Study of a 3D Wing Using ANSYS CFX; and MantiumFlow for Studying Race Car Aerodynamics. Read this article in Digital Engineering and download the 2018 Compendium.

 

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