Based on the open-source CAE softwares Salomé, Code_Aster, Code_Saturne, OpenFOAM and Elmer , you can load your CAD geometry, generate a computation mesh and setup your simulation problem in a few minutes using the Ubuntu-based distro CAELinux.
Then you can simulate incredibly complex physics with the open-source FE & CFD solvers Code_Aster, Code-Saturne, OpenFOAM & Elmer: non-linear thermo-mechanics, coupled fluid-structure dynamics, seismic / non-linear explicit dynamics, contacts, visco-plasticity, fluid dynamics, heat exchange, convection heat transfer and radiation in other words nearly all physics problem can be addressed with the integrated solvers!! Then reload your results files in post-processing applications like Salomé, GMSH or Paraview to visualize your data in 3D…
Do you wish to run a large simulation job but you cannot afford to pay for an high-end server with 64gb of RAM? You CFD simulation are taking days on your laptop and you would like to speed-it up using an “on-demand” Cluster?
CAELinux in the Cloud may be the solution you were waiting for !
Using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, you can now run as many CAELinux servers, on-demand, with the hardware that fits your simulation needs (up to 8 cores / 64 GB RAM) and this just by paying the server hours !
To test CAELinux in the Cloud, read further here