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Team 194: Aerodynamic Study of Airflow around an Airfoil in the EGI Cloud

Team 194In this case study from Team 194, led by Praveen Bath, Engineering Technology Consultant in India, the incompressible air flow around an airfoil has been studied. The model setup included the geometry preparation where a selected region was modeled to represent the surrounding air volume with the airfoil profile at the center. The airfoil profile needed to be accurately modeled to capture the variation in the airflow pattern around the airfoil. The model setup was done using CFD Support’s professional OpenFOAM 3.0. The OpenFOAM software is embedded in an UberCloud Container sitting on EGI / CESNET cloud resources in Prague. The main objective of this project was to experience the ease-of-use of the UberCloud OpenFOAM software container and to evaluate HPC performance with respect to the accuracy of result prediction as well as the solution time and resource utilization. Read this case study, sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel, HERE.

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