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Fast and Cost-Effective Compressor Map Generation with Cloud-Based CFD
Posted Thu June 20, 2013 @02:10PM
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News Cloud computing opens up exciting new possibilities for turbomachinery aero design. With the ability to rent CFD capacity on demand, you'll be able to carry out aero analysis without limits and pay only for what you use.

In this Aerodynamic Solutions case study, you'll learn how massive CFD capacity can be applied "on demand" to compress core aero analysis tasks without the need for large investment.

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In particular, we’ll explore the generation of a single stage compressor map using a service called Cloud Leo. You’ll see how Cloud Leo simulates five initial operating points and automatically generates speedlines from those points for unattended operation. You’ll see how the service dynamically provisions a 240-core cluster in Amazon Web Services to compress turnaround time. More importantly, you’ll see how the resulting 39-point compressor map is produced in 2.5 hours for under $600.

Simply put, cloud-based CFD offers a tremendous opportunity to improve design robustness and agility without breaking the bank.

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