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Webinar: CFD Powered by HPC: Real World Solutions in Real Time


This webinar is free, but registration is required to obtain log-in information. More details at http://www2.cd-adapco.com/l/14592/2015-09-23/5p18zh

High Performance ComputerAs computing power continues to grow exponentially and becomes increasingly affordable, real-world simulation using larger and more accurate models is well within the reach of engineers. High Performance Computing (HPC), combined with innovative licensing models, opens up new opportunities.

Through the use of simulation-aided HPC, small and large businesses and organizations can significantly accelerate the pace of their product design cycles and boost innovation.

This webinar will discuss and demonstrate how highly scalable simulations on HPC platforms can help push the boundaries of your simulations. We will highlight the cost benefits, whether you are interested in solving large-scale multidisciplinary engineering problems or want to maximize your CFD analysis throughout during simulation-led design.

Topics will include:

  • Parallel strategies for real world problems
  • Extreme scalability and what it means for you
  • Parallel benchmarking and performance
  • Cost effective HPC licensing for high fidelity simulations and design exploration
  • Hardware rules of thumb to maximize the value of your computing resources
  • Future trends in end-to-end simulation scalability and HPC

Whether you are experienced or new to CFD, if you are keen to learn more about HPC and scalable simulations and wish to understand how they can work together, then this webinar is for you.

Guest Speaker:
Blake Gonzales, HPC Computer Scientist, Dell
As a Dell HPC Computer Scientist, Mr. Gonzales brings a valued end-user perspective to the Dell HPC Team. Within this event, Mr. Gonzales will cover hardware rules of thumb to maximize the value of your computing resources.

Sign up at www2.cd-adapco.com/l/14592/2015-09-23/5p18zh


Details

Event Type: Webinar
Date: October 29, 2015