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The 2016 UberCloud Compendium of Engineering Case Studies

2016 CompendiumThis document is an invaluable resource for engineers, scientists, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of Technical Computing as a Service, in the Cloud, for their organization. It is a collection of 19 selected case studies written by the participants of the UberCloud HPC Experiment.

Among these case studies you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned. Projects covered are in fields of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Structural Analysis (FEA).

Case studies are about an engine intake manifold, airbag simulation, ship barehull resistance, wind turbines, airflow within a nasal cavity, thermal modelling of a reactor, implantable antennas, and more, to name a few.

Pages: 93
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier
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The UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies 2016 has been generously sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Intel, and Digital Engineering.

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UberCloud Compendium 2015 (members only)

This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, scientists, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of Technical Computing as a Service, in the Cloud, for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by theTeam 170 participants in Rounds 5 – 7 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment.

Among these case studies you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned. Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis, and life-sciences.

Case studies are about cancer genomics, aerodynamics optimizations, coronary artery flow, aircraft wing fluid structure interaction, heat transfer on thermoplastic olefins, microelectronic packaging, wind turbine aerodynamics, frontal car crash, duct elbow optimization, acoustic modelling, and parametric radio frequency heating, to name a few.

The UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies 2015 has been generously sponsored by Intel Corporation .

Incentive2Pages: 80
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Availability: This document is available to registered members of the UberCloud community.

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UberCloud Compendium 2015

This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, scientists, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of Technical Computing as a Service, in the Cloud, for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by theTeam 170 participants in Rounds 5 – 7 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment.

Among these case studies you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned. Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis, and life-sciences.

Case studies are about cancer genomics, aerodynamics optimizations, coronary artery flow, aircraft wing fluid structure interaction, heat transfer on thermoplastic olefins, microelectronic packaging, wind turbine aerodynamics, frontal car crash, duct elbow optimization, acoustic modelling, and parametric radio frequency heating, to name a few.

The UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies 2015 has been generously sponsored by Intel Corporation .

Incentive2Pages: 85
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Availability: This document is available to registered members of the UberCloud community.

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2014 UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies

Container harbour 2This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, scientists, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of Technical Computing as a Service, in the Cloud, for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by the participants in Rounds 3 and 4 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment. Among these case studies you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned. Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis, weather and climate research, finance, and life-sciences.

The UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies 2014 has been generously sponsored by Intel Corporation and Desktop Engineering.

Published: June 15, 2014
Pages: 80
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Foreword: Dr. Stephen R. Wheat, General Manager, High Performance Computing Intel Corp.
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UberCloud Compendium 2016 for Bio-IT World Readers

This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, scientists, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of Technical Computing as a Service, in the Cloud, for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies in the Life Sciences written by the participants in Rounds 3 – 6 of the UberCloud Experiment. Among these case studies you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned.

The 2016 UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies has been generously sponsored by Intel Corporation and Bio-IT World.Bio-IT World

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If you also want to read the 2015 UberCloud Compendium with all 18 Cloud Experiment case studies then please go to http://www.theubercloud.com/ubercloud-compendium-2015/, register for free and download the 2015 UberCloud Compendium.

If you are interested in receiving our monthly newsletter with related feature stories from Bio-IT World and other media, and in our webinars, cloud services exhibition, cloud experiments and case studies, then please register for free using the UberCloud registration form.

UberCloud Compendium 2014 for Desktop Engineering Readers

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This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, scientists, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of Technical Computing as a Service, in the Cloud, for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by the participants in Rounds 3 and 4 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment. Among these case studies you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned. Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis (FEA), weather and climate research, finance, and life-sciences.

The UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies 2014 has been generously sponsored by Intel Corporation and Desktop Engineering.

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Published: June 16, 2014
Pages: 80
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Foreword: Dr. Stephen R. Wheat, General Manager, High Performance Computing Intel Corp.
Availability: This document is available to members of the UberCloud community.

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If you want to read the first UberCloud Compendium from 2013 with 25 CAE Cloud Experiment case studies then please go to http://www.theubercloud.com/ubercloud-compendium-2013/

If you are interested in receiving our monthly newsletter with related feature stories from Desktop Engineering and other media, and in our webinars, cloud services exhibition, CAE cloud experiments and case studies, then please register for free using the UberCloud registration form.

UberCloud Compendium 2013 for Desktop Engineering readers

This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of this technology for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by the participants in Rounds 1 and 2 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment.

As you read through the case studies in this HPC UberCloud Compendium, as Yogi Berra once famously said, “It’s déjà vu all over again.” Among the 25 reports you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned.

Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis, weather and climate research, and life-science. Some of the software packages used during these HPC Experiment projects were Abaqus, ANSYS Fluent, CST, OpenFOAM, Simulia, and WRF.

Desktop EngineeringThe UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies has been sponsored by Intel and produced in conjunction with Desktop Engineering.

Published: June 13, 2013
Pages: 59
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Foreword: Dr. Stephen R. Wheat, General Manager, High Performance Computing Intel Corp.
Availability: This document is available to members of the UberCloud community.

Please login to download the report. If you don’t have an account, you can register for free using the UberCloud registration form.

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This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, scientists, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance ofContainer harbour 2 Technical Computing as a Service, in the Cloud, for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by the participants in Rounds 3 and 4 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment. Among these case studies you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned. Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis, weather and climate research, finance, and life-sciences.

The UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies 2014 has been generously sponsored by Intel Corporation and Desktop Engineering.

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Published: June 15, 2014
Pages: 80
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Foreword: Dr. Stephen R. Wheat, General Manager, High Performance Computing Intel Corp.
Availability: This document is available to members of the UberCloud community.

Please login to download your free copy of the UberCloud Compendium. If you don’t have an account yet, you can register for free HERE. .
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UberCloud Compendium 2013


Get your free collection of case studies now

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This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of this technology for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by the participants in Rounds 1 and 2 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment.

As you read through the case studies in this HPC UberCloud Compendium, as Yogi Berra once famously said, “It’s déjà vu all over again.” Among the 25 reports you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned.

Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis, weather and climate research, and life-science. Some of the software packages used during these HPC Experiment projects were Abaqus, ANSYS Fluent, CST, OpenFOAM, Simulia, and WRF.

The UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies has been sponsored by Intel and produced in conjunction with Tabor Communications Custom Publishing, which includes HPCwire, HPC in the Cloud, and Digital Manufacturing Report.

Published: June 13, 2013
Pages: 59
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Foreword: Dr. Stephen R. Wheat, General Manager, High Performance Computing Intel Corp.
Availability: This document is available to members of the UberCloud community.

Click here to download your free copy of the UberCloud Compendium 2013 (9.8 MB)

Are you interested in the UberCloud Compendium 2014 with 17 case studies from CAE, Bio, Finance, and Big Data? You can download it here.

 

HPC Experiment Round 3 Final Report

 
Published in October 2013, the HPC Experiment Round 3 Final Report contains 8 detailed team case studies! The report also contains a brief description of how the experiment is organized, the roles and responsibilities of the participants, project statistics, a collection of lessons learned and recommendations from our teams.

Published: September 30, 2013
Pages: 87
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch and Burak Yenier
Availability: This document is available to members of the UberCloud community.

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