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UberCloud's Microsoft Azure Quarterly Newsletter - Q3 / 2018

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.

9th Graders Designed & Simulated Innovative Aircraft with ANSYS Discovery Live in the Azure Cloud

Norway students14-year old students at Torstad Youth School in Asker near Oslo, Norway, started their “Research in Practice” course in March with the goal of designing and developing a “FlyBoat’. During the course, students have studied physics and other science in theory and practice, and at the end they demonstrated solid knowledge of drag and lift, construction materials, hull shape, stability, forces, and center of gravity, to name a few. In addition, they learned to use ANSYS Discovery Live running in the Azure/UberCloud. The course has been accompanied by Håkon Bull Hove, a civil engineer and technical consultant at EDRMedeso, an ANSYS reseller in the Nordics. “I am very impressed, especially since they have learned to use ANSYS Discovery Live so well,” says Hove. Read the Teknisk Ukeblad Online Magazine article HERE (use Google Translate if you don’t understand Norwegian  :-) )

Microsoft lets you move TERABYTES of data to Azure incredibly quickly

Azure Fast Data Transfer

A new high-speed cloud tool that can move up to four terabytes of data to Azure in just an hour has been launched by Microsoft. Fast Data Transfer is aimed at companies and organisations that need to transfer a large number of files from their servers to the cloud, or want to maximize their internet connection. Four terabytes is the equivalent of more than 18.3 million 200-page books, 6,452 CDs or 932 DVDs. Fast Data Transfer works by using all the available bandwidth in an internet connection, even when the user is sending information over long distances. Information that travels a long way via copper and fiber-optic cables will often need “amplifying” to ensure it reaches its destination. Microsoft’s solution, which runs on Windows and Linux, is up to 10 times faster than similar transfer tools and also offers options for enhancing performance. Read all the great details about this tool HERE.

Big Compute in the Microsoft Azure Cloud – A Compendium of Engineering Case Studies

Azure Compendium 2018

UberCloud and Microsoft have helped numerous manufacturers to move (part of) their engineering workload to the Azure Cloud. In many cases we select Azure because of its excellent HPC performance and high scalability (up to hundreds of compute cores). The recent Azure/UberCloud Compendium contains 10 selected engineering case studies, about: Finite Element Analysis for 3D Microelectronic Packaging in the Cloud; Aerodynamic Simulation of an Airfoil using UberCloud Containers on Microsoft Azure; OpenFOAM CFD Modelling and Product Optimization of Dry-type Transformers; Radial Fan CFD Simulation in the Azure Cloud; Spray modeling of PMDI dispensing device on the Microsoft Azure Cloud; Air flow through an engine intake manifold; Airbag simulation with ANSYS LS-DYNA; CFD Analysis of a V6 intake manifold using STAR-CCM+ in the Cloud; CFD Simulation of Vertical Axis Wind Turbines; and CFD Simulation of Airflow within a Nasal Cavity.You can download the Compendium HERE.

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