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Cloud case study: Prediction of Barehull Resistance Curve of a Day-Cruise Ship in the Cloud

Christina OThis case study is about calculating the barehull resistance of a day-cruise ship in the cloud with a standard hull form used as a benchmark for computational fluid dynamics in the marine industry.  End-user is CCTO, the Costas Carabelas Technical Office in Athens, Greece, the designer of the famous yacht Christina O of Aristotle Onassis. “The high accuracy of NUMECA’s FINE/ Marine software, combined with the powerful UberCloud processing machine in the CPU 24/7 Cloud is an absolutely fantastic tool. It offers an opportunity for engineers to keep full control & knowledge on their projects in the Marine Hydrodynamic Environment.” This cloud benchmark was analyzed on local hardware, on virtual instances in the cloud, and on the bare-metal cloud solution offered by CPU 24/7 and UberCloud. Download this case study HERE.

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