Cloud HPC Case Studies

Cloud Case Studies

Cloud CAE and Cloud HPC
Vehicle Crash Using ANSYS LS-DYNA

Vehicle Crash Using ANSYS LS-DYNA In The Opin Kerfi Cloud

Learn how ANSYS LSDYNA Explicit solver is used to numerically simulate the crash of the vehicle with a rigid wall. The main objective of this project is to understand Vehicle crash behaviour under dynamic conditions. The simulation framework is developed and executed in the Opin Kerfi Cloud with UberCloud ANSYS containers to achieve good accuracy in result prediction and also with respect to the solution time and resource utilization.
Multiresonantantennasystem

Simulation Of A Multi-Resonant Antenna System Using CST MICROWAVE STUDIO

Learn how CST Microwave Studio running on Amazon Web Services, has been used for the simulation of a multi-resonant antenna system.
OpenFOAM

Aerodynamic Simulation Of Airfoil With OpenFOAM on UberCloud & Microsoft Azure

Complex OpenFOAM simulations require big hardware. But with HPC Cloud capabilities, accurate prediction of flow behavior becomes routine 
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Deep Learning For Steady-State Fluid Flow Prediction In the Cloud

Learn how Artificial Neural Networks were applied to solve CFD problems in the cloud. Time-to-solution was significantly decreased, while preserving traditional CFD solver accuracy. 
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Simulation Of Airbag With ANSYS LS-DYNA on UberCloud & Microsoft Azure

How does an airbag behave under dynamic conditiond? Learn how fine mesh models can be solved on the UberCloud HPC Cloud in speeds that a workstation could never match. All the required simulation tools including ANSYS LS-DYNA are pre-installed in the UberCloud Cloud CAE platform so there's no need for IT help.
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Aerodynamic CFD Simulations In The Advania HPCFLOW Cloud

Learn how ADC’s HPCFLOW computing resources allowed MantiumCAE to create a CFD simulation quickly and efficiently for the Silvermine 11SR sportscar. To achieve this, MantiumCAE set up a CAE computing environment in Advania’s HPCFLOW cloud where simulations could be carried out quickly and efficiently.
ANSYS Fluent

Modeling Airflow Through Intake Manifold: ANSYS Fluent on Microsoft Azure

The design of the intake manifold is one of the key factors determining engine performance. The HPC cloud computing environment with ANSYS workbench and Fluent made model generation much easier and dramatically reduced processing and post processing

COMSOL Multiphysics Cloud

Thermal Modeling of a Fragrance Extraction Reactor on UberCloud & COMSOL Multiphysics

Learn how HPC cloud offerings such as UberCloud can augment the internal on-premise hardware to allow for more detailed and faster simulations using COMSOL Multiphysics

STAR-CCM+ Cloud

CFD Simulation of Vertical Axis Wind Turbines using CD-adapco STAR-CCM+

Learn about why the Cloud is ideally suited for Computationally Demanding Parameter Studies. Since each wind speed and tip-speed ratio runs independently, progress is limited only by core-count and licenses.

NUMECA FINE MARINE Cloud

Prediction of Barehull KRISO Containership Resistance with NUMECA FINE/Marine

Learn about how NUMECA FINE/Marine was used in the Cloud for prediction of barehull KRISO containership resistance.

ANSYS cloud

Aerodynamics and Fluttering Study of an Aircraft Wing

Fluid structure interaction problems in general are too complex to solve analytically and so they have to be analyzed by means of experiments or numerical simulation. Studying these phenomena requires modeling of both fluid and structure. In this case study, aero elastic behavior and flutter instability of aircraft wing in the subsonic incompressible flight speed regime are investigated.
ANSYS Cloud

Wind Turbine Aerodynamics

With an ever increasing energy crisis occurring in the world it will be important to investigate alternative methods of generating power other than fossil fuels. Wind energy is an abundant resource in comparison with other renewable resources. The case study refers to the evaluation of wind turbine performance using a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) approach. Standard wind turbine designs are considered for this UberCloud experiment and the CFD models were generated in the Workbench environment.
ANSYS HFSS

Implantable Planar Antenna Simulation with ANSYS HFSS in the Cloud

Design modification and tuning of antenna performance were studied with the implantable antenna placed inside the skin tissue of ANSYS human body model. The resonance, radiation, and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of implantable PIFA were evaluated. Simulations were performed with ANSYS HFSS (High-Frequency Structural Simulator) which is based on Finite Element Method (FEM). These simulations were about 4 times faster than on the local 16-core desktop workstation.
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