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Team 201: CFD Study of the Maneuverability of a KRISO Container Ship Model in the Cloud

Team 201 1The aim of this UberCloud Experiment #201 from Xin Gao, Master Student at the Department of Dynamics of Maritime Systems at theTechnical University of Berlin, Germany, was to verify the feasibility of overset grids for direct zigzag test using “appended” KRISO Container Ship (KCS) model by means of the NUMECA UberCloud container on the cloud. The commercial CFD software FINE/Marine packaged by NUMECA International S.A. was employed during this experiment. All simulations were run on the newest software version 6.2, whose robustness has been drastically improved. Meanwhile, it was hoped to accelerate simulations through the powerful HPC Cloud resources provided by UberCloud Inc. and NUMECA. Read the detailed case study – sponsored by HPE, Intel, and NUMECA – from Xin Gao HERE.

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