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Home » Uncategorized » Webinar January 10, 2017: Turbomachinery CFD in the Cloud – An Easy Guide to Access and Use OpenFOAM for Turbomachinery on Demand, with a Live Demo in the Cloud

Webinar January 10, 2017: Turbomachinery CFD in the Cloud – An Easy Guide to Access and Use OpenFOAM for Turbomachinery on Demand, with a Live Demo in the Cloud

TurboCFD in CloudTurbomachinery CFD is an open-source workflow based on OpenFOAM®, covering the complete process from CAD data to CFD analysis to engineering results. CFD Support turbomachinery cloud products can be accesses on the UberCloud Marketplace. Based on many engineering cloud experiments, in this webinar we will present our experience, lessons learned and recommendations on how to best use cloud computing to accelerate your turbomachinery CFD design and product development, scaling up to hundreds of cores, resulting in ten to hundred-fold speed-ups, allowing for complex geometries with fine meshes processed in less time. We will demonstrate these advantages with a real-live case study from our Team 183 about “Radial Fan CFD Simulation in the Azure Cloud”, in an UberCloud software container on a CESNET cluster in Prague as part of the EGI Cloud infrastructure. To engineers, this cloud resource looks like your home desktop computer, no need to learn anything new, and still your OpenFOAM turbomachinery job and the data can be accessed and used in the same way, at your fingertips. Please register for the webinar on January 10, 2017 HERE

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