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UberCloud Compendium 2013 for Desktop Engineering readers

This document is an invaluable resource for engineers, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of this technology for their organizations. It is a collection of selected case studies written by the participants in Rounds 1 and 2 of the ambitious UberCloud HPC Experiment.

As you read through the case studies in this HPC UberCloud Compendium, as Yogi Berra once famously said, “It’s déjà vu all over again.” Among the 25 reports you will unquestionably find scenarios that resonate with your own situation. You will benefit from the candid descriptions of problems encountered, problems solved, and lessons learned.

Projects covered are in fields of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), Structural Analysis, weather and climate research, and life-science. Some of the software packages used during these HPC Experiment projects were Abaqus, ANSYS Fluent, CST, OpenFOAM, Simulia, and WRF.

Desktop EngineeringThe UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies has been sponsored by Intel and produced in conjunction with Desktop Engineering.

Published: June 13, 2013
Pages: 59
Authors: Wolfgang Gentzsch, Burak Yenier, John Kirkley.
Foreword: Dr. Stephen R. Wheat, General Manager, High Performance Computing Intel Corp.
Availability: This document is available to members of the UberCloud community.

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