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HPCWire: Revolutionizing Innovation: When HPC Meets Cloud

Looking for answers to your questions about cloud-based HPC?

  • When does cloud based HPC deliver results?

  • What is required to be successful with it?

  • Where can you go to get started quickly?

Attend the HPCWire webinar "Revolutionizing Innovation: When HPC Meets Cloud" sponsored by Dell.

Where innovation in engineering and product development is the key to marketplace success, high performance computing is the key to accelerated innovation.  Cost-effectively leveraging limited resources is a challenge for which on-demand HPC in the cloud can be an effective tool when the engineering tools and workflow are designed for it.

Intelligent Light's own Steve Legensky joins Intersect 360's Addison Snell and Larry Smarr of Calit2 in this webinar hosted by HPCWire's Nicole Hemsoth. Mr. Legensky uses real world examples to show the motivation, success criteria, methods, and results that make on-demand HPC a compelling investment for small and large organizations alike.

Attend the HPCWire webinar now

 

Speaker Lineup - Snell, Legensky, Smarr

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SAE Supermileage Update

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"Yves-Marie Lefebvre, FieldView Product Chief, with members of the Concordia SAE Racing Team, at the SAE 2014 World Congress.

I was pleased to meet with the Concordia University Team at the the SAE World Congress in Detroit.  This photos was taken a the event (I'm on the right) with the newly unveiled vehicle and team members.

IL sponsors the team through our University Partners Program and the team uses FieldView to gain meaningful insights from their CFD analysis.

Good luck to the Concordia SAE Supermileage Team!

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IL University Partner - Concordia University Chases SAE Supermileage Crown

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Concordia University Students are developing their vehicle for the 2014 SAE Supermileage competition.

The Concordia University team is busy finalizing their design, paper submission, and preparation for the SAE Supermileage Competition to be held June 5-6, 2014.

The team is pursuing both simulation and physical testing, correlating results, and committing parts to manufacturing.  All the components are fabricated by the team members.

Good luck to the entire team!  Stay tuned for updates and to see the vehicle after the unveiling!

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Infiniti Red Bull Racing expains the 2014 F1 Changes in New Video

Formula 1 is being transformed by major rule changes in 2014.  Our friends at Infiniti Red Bull Racing have produced a beautiful and compelling video to explain the changes for fans of engineering and racing.

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The new RB10 turbocharger as presented in Infiniti Red Bull Racing video explaining 2014 changes to F1 race cars. (courtesy of Infiniti Red Bull Racing)

For the Infiniti Red Bull Formula 1 team, the new RB10 will carry the hopes of Infiniti Red Bull Racing as they take on the new season and all the new rule changes for 2014.

Four-time Formula 1 Champion Sebastian Vettel will pilot the RB10 as will his new teammate, Daniel Ricciardo.  New driver Daniel Ricciardo has already proven he has the skills to compete alongside Vettel at the top of the sport.  Take a ride with the drivers as they explain the major changes for the RB10.

2014 brings huge changes including:

  • Increased fuel efficiency with new V6 hybrid engines (vs. last year's V-8s) and first ever limits on fuel consumption.  35% fuel reduction per race.

  • Enough electrical power from the hybrid Energy Recovery System (ERS) for 33 seconds per lap of electric power at 160 bhp use (vs. last year's 6 seconds per lap at 80 bhp)

  • Turbos are back using exhaust gasses to feed the ERS

  • Narrower front wing and elimination of the lower beam wing in the rear
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F1 Ushers in New Era for 2014 with Extensive Rule & Design Changes

477191357KR00103_Australian Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Infiniti Red Bull Racing is pushed back into his garage during practice for the Australian Formula One Grand Prix at Albert Park on March 14, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)


Three of last year's top four F1 teams use FieldView to rapidly exploit mountains of CFD data to support critical design decisions from thermal and aerodynamic studies.

 

With the first races of the new season now in the books, it is clear that the sport's most dramatic single season rule changes will have a huge impact on the racing this season.

 

For the Infiniti Red Bull Formula 1 team, the new RB10 will carry the hopes of Infiniti Red Bull Racing as they take on the new season and all the new rule changes for 2014.  Four-time Formula 1 Champion Sebastian Vettel will pilot the RB10 as will his new teammate, Daniel Ricciardo.  The Bulls will have to shore up the reliability of the new cars and dial in fuel consumption before the next race, but new driver Daniel Ricciardo has already proven he has the skills to compete.

Infiniti Red Bull Racing explains the 2014 F1 Changes in New Video

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