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Simulating Turbomachinery Designs 10x Faster

This white paper highlights the benefits of cloud-native engineering simulation using SimScale and describes the fast and accurate analysis types available to engineering teams by simulating early in the design stage.

Simulate early, simulate more, simulate now

Rotating machinery engineers and designers have traditionally been constrained by legacy desktop simulation software.

Adopting digital prototyping to explore the full design space and the need to reduce trial-and-error type physical prototyping has been stifled by local computational resources that do not scale up on-demand, nor offer full-spectrum simulation and analysis capabilities. In this white paper, we discuss how the availability of cloud-native engineering simulation software mitigates these long-standing bottlenecks.

SimScale enables teams of designers and engineers to efficiently collaborate on projects and predict design performance in the early stages of product development processes. A fully cloud-native simulation platform allows engineers to simulate and analyze high-fidelity models with complex physics.

By making HPC accessible using the power of the cloud, engineers benefit from unprecedented accuracy in results, efficiency in design collaboration, and versatility in the vast range of rotating machinery applications that can be solved.

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