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Thermal modeling on cloud-based simulation app

Team 192This CAE Cloud project from end-user Stephan Savarese of ForCES, a provider of multiphysics simulation, training and consulting services for climate, energy and science, was designed to explore how cloud HPC resources can help to speed up and enable high-performance finite element simulations carried out with COMSOL Multiphysics and COMSOL Server. The engineer’s objective was to find out how HPC cloud providers like CPU 24/7 can augment engineering organizations’ on-premise hardware to allow for more detailed and faster simulations. In his article in 3D CAD World, Bruce Jenkins from ORA Research describes the application model of an industrial fragrance extraction boiler, challenges of running simulations for days on the user’s local desktop, use of COMSOL in an UberCloud software container, the work process and implementation, benchmark results, and benefits of running these simulations in the cloud. Read Bruce’ article HERE.

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