UberCloud can get you setup to run parametric sweeps with minimal effort on your part. We work directly with your IT team to configure access to your pre-existing COMSOL Floating Network License (FNL). We also ensure that your IT security rules are being observed while all this is set up.
In this special guest feature, Wolfgang Gentzsch from the UberCloud describes how engineers can perform work from home in the same way they do at their offices, while maintaining or even increasing productivity.
This UberCloud Compendium contains 10 case studies on 50 pages which are related to the Energy sector, selected from the 220 UberCloud Experiment projects performed so far, including applications from oil & gas, mining, electrical, geo-thermal, wind, and water power, and turbines and electrical power transformers.
In this article (Page 34), UberCloud presents two aerodynamics case studies dealing with cloud-based services for engineering-specific applications and use cases that objectively demonstrate the progress of cloud computing in the aerodynamics sector over the past few years.
On page 40 is the second part of an article presenting a selection of case studies dealing with engineering simulation in the cloud using ANSYS software LS-DYNA, HFSS, and ANSYS Discovery Live; the first part appeared in the previous edition of the EnginSoft magazine and presented case studies based on ANSYS CFX and Fluent.
In this article (page 35), the first in a series, UberCloud presents a series of case studies of cloud-based services for engineering-specific applications and use cases that objectively demonstrate the progress of cloud computing in this sector over the past seven years.
The Uber Cloud's Wolfgang Gentzsch shares his vision for 2020
Rimac Technology engineers were running more and more simulations with an aging, on-premises high performance computing (HPC) cluster. While compute power continued to fall short, the demand for resources continued to grow exponentially.
Cloud-based computing case studies related to the human heart.