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Turbomachinery CFD in the Cloud
Posted Sun January 08, 2017 @04:53PM
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Announcements CFD Support will host Turbomachinery CFD in the Cloud – An Easy Guide to Access and Use OpenFOAM for Turbomachinery on Demand on January 10, 2017.

Join this webinar and find out first-hand how easy it is to access and use OpenFOAM for turbomachinery apps in the Cloud to improve your product design, resulting in ten to hundred-fold speed-ups, allowing for complex geometries with fine meshes processed in less time.


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We will demonstrate these advantages with a real-live case study about “Radial Fan CFD Simulation in the Azure Cloud”, no need to learn anything new, and still your OpenFOAM turbomachinery job and the data can be accessed and used in the cloud, in the same way as on your workstation, at your fingertips.

This webinar will demonstrate the overall process that ensures seamless, quick, easy-to-use computing power with considerable reduction of engineering and development time and cost.

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