October 20, 2014
Flow Science has released FLOW-3D/MP V6, its high-performance computing (HPC) version of its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software. The platform is synched completely with the latest developments in FLOW-3D 11.0, which includes the postprocessor FlowSight.
The company states that it has made performance improvements for increased simulations speed and decreased memory use. This was possible for improved memory management, optimized message-passing interface (MPI) communication and hybrid MPI-OpenMP technology.
A new remote solving capability enables MP users to submit simulations to a remote cluster using client-server technology. This allows users to access all of their available hardware resources and manage their simulations in a productive manner.
“Flow Science has long recognized the competitive advantage HPC-enabled tools such as FLOW-3D/MP provides to our customers. FLOW-3D/MP gives our users the ability to study more design alternatives in a shorter amount of time than ever before, pushing product performance to new heights,” said John Ditter, vice president of Engineering.
For more information, visit Flow Science.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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