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CLUSTERS OF COMPUTATIONAL INTENSIVE APPLICATIONS FOR ENGINEERING, DESIGN SIMULATION ON PARALLEL ARCHITECTURES

Objective

The project is based on exploiting HPCN in a number of ways to bring greater efficiency into the design and production cycles. Increased product complexity leads to the requirements for larger simulations of more complex problems, simultaneous analyses of multiple design and planning options and multi-disciplinary analyses - multi-physics simulation.

To avoid end-user bottlenecks with this increased complexity and volume of data, the end-user requires better tools to enable larger and multiple (e.g. design variants, production options) simulations to be efficiently defined. CAESAR addresses this via the development of the Parallel Simulation User Environment (PSUE) with an integrated tool set and route map through problem set-up for selected applications in Aerospace, Chemical Engineering and Ship Building.
The demonstrators include multi-disciplinary design encompassing electromagnetics and aerodynamics, multiple design options for wing design, production optimisation for ship building via a decision support system and virtual factory, and chemical engineering relating to the phase separation of complex polymer mixtures.

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BAE SYSTEMS (OPERATIONS) LTD
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