ANSYS Advantage HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING. Volume V, Issue 3, 2011
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Reaching New Heights
A decade ago, high-performance computing (HPC) was a relatively new concept for many users of engineering simulation — it was primarily available to those working in large companies that had resources to manage the substantial investments required to create and maintain technology infrastructure. Today, entry-level HPC is available on the typical desktop, and a majority of ANSYS customers have embraced the enormous benefits of using multiple processors, or clusters of computers, to tackle their most sophisticated simulation challenges.
HPC adds tremendous value to engineering simulation by enabling the creation of large, high-fidelity models that yield accurate and detailed insight into the performance of a proposed design. High-fidelity simulations allow engineering teams to innovate with a high degree of confidence that their products will meet customer expectations — because their extremely accurate simulations are predicting the actual performance of the product under real-world conditions.
High fidelity may refer to simulations using high mesh density for improved accuracy, those that include many geometric details, or those that include more-sophisticated treatment of physical phenomena. High fidelity also can encompass simulation models that go beyond consideration of one component to include the interaction of multiple components or entire systems.