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Rebooting CFD for the Cloud
Posted Wed October 03, 2012 @09:28AM
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News CFD Engine is attempting to "Reboot CFD for the Cloud" with a full-featured, web-based CFD service.

For a lot of potential users, the CFD licensing model is broken. So, in an attempt to fix it, we're doing away with license costs, hardware headaches and vertical learning curves and replacing them with a cloud-based, pay-as-you-go service, fronted with an intuitive interface.


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Cloud-Based
Nothing to download, nothing to install & nothing to maintain - sound attractive?

We guess you already have software for creating your test geometry, so that plus a browser & you're good to go.
If you need more convincing see this blog post for a couple more reasons to do CFD in the cloud.

Pay-As-You-Go
No opaque pricing structures, pay for what you use - why get any more complicated than that?

A monthly charge to cover storage & a flat-fee for each CFD run you do - utilities cracked this model years ago. No contracts or minimum terms, just use what you need, when you need it.

Intuitive
Your geometry + Our Templates = Results
We're trying to make CFD Engine as intuitive as possible, tucking most of the technical know-how out of the way to let you get on with solving problems.

We're taking a “convention over configuration” approach to abstract users from the hundreds of settings needed to run even the simplest CFD simulation, letting them focus on getting things done.

In this way we feel that we really can aspire to offer “expert-level CFD that you don’t need to be an expert to use”.

It's early days, but if you're interested then sign-up at the homepage and let us know this is something you need.

If you're still reading then maybe you're interested but not sure? Try the decision tree to see if it could it be for you.

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