Computational fluid dynamics is a computational method that enables engineers and designers to study the motion of fluids through computer simulations and modelling. Many tools on the market are so-called “in-house” tools requiring a certain level of expertise and upfront investment before proving their added value. Facilitated by the emergence of cloud computing, computer-aided engineering (CAE) technology is now offered as a software as a service (SaaS) solution, which increases its accessibility and ease of use. Online fluid flow (CFD) simulation is used in addressing a broad variety of problems like electronics design or pedestrian wind comfort (PWC), allowing engineers to accurately predict fluid flow behaviour guiding them towards smarter design decisions. SimScale is creating a paradigm shift for high-performance computing which can solve several problems that are faced when using on-premises software.

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