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UberCloud Case Study 190: CFD Simulation of Airflow within a Nasal Cavity

ChariteIn this UberCloud Case Study by Jan Brüning and colleagues from CHARITE UNIVERSITÄTSMEDIZIN BERLIN; and sponsored from CD-adapco, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Intel, the airflow within a nasal cavity of a patient without impaired nasal breathing was simulated using CD-adapco’s STAR-CCM+ software container on a dedicated compute cluster in the Microsoft Azure Cloud. Since information about necessary mesh resolutions found in the literature vary broadly (1 to 8 million cells) a mesh independence study was performed. Additionally, two different inflow models were tested. However, the main focus of this study was the usability of cloud based high performance computing for numerical assessment of nasal breathing.

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