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Cloud Computing with FLOW-3D
Posted Mon April 24, 2017 @08:46PM
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Announcements Flow Science will host a live webinar on Cloud Computing with FLOW-3D on May 10th.

Large models and detailed high-fidelity analyses are pushing the limits of the in-house hardware resources. At the same time, engineering firms are running simulations as part of their design cycle more than ever and this is a growing trend.

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With advantages in hardware accessibility, cost, and ease of use, cloud-based solutions are gaining traction in the field of computer-aided engineering (CAE) and more specifically in computational fluid dynamics (CFD). FLOW-3D is now offered in the cloud where thousands of CPU cores can be utilized to run either a few large simulations or many smaller ones simultaneously. Please join our webinar on May 10 to learn more about FLOW-3D's cloud computing platform, its pricing, performance and ease-of-use.

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