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How to Move Your OpenFOAM CFD Workflow Successfully to the Cloud
Posted Thu May 02, 2019 @03:35PM
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News UberCloud has released a new compendium of eleven CFD projects which engineers have run in the cloud.

The case studies describe the application, the challenges and solutions to move the corresponding workflows to the cloud, the benefits they gained, and the lessons learned and recommendations for the engineering community.


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These projects were using OpenFOAM for Deep Learning in CFD, Sportscar Using MantiumFlow, Impurities Transport in a Heat Exchanger, Radial Fan CFD, Dry-type Transformers, Complex Blood Flow through Med Device, Pulsatile Flow in a Coronary Artery Tree, Convection Electronics, Air Conditioning in a Building, Cardiovascular Medical Device Simulations, and more.

You can read more details and download the compendium in the UberCloud Blog HERE.

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