Wednesday, July 1st, 2020
12:00 PM PT - 1:00 PM PT
Learn how to leverage virtually unlimited cloud resources to quickly obtain your design’s performance data. Engineers and scientists that would normally work with limited on-premise resources and wait long hours in a queue for a few cores, or slowly crunch simulation by simulation on their local workstations, can cut down simulation time from days to less than a couple of hours. Simply by combining Rescale's Design-of-Experiments (DoE) framework and modern CFD tools, like the fast and accurate FINE/Turbo NUMECA Software. We’ll explore together the basic setup of a High Performance Centrifugal Compressor (HPCC) stage model. Then, deploy the model using the Rescale ScaleX DoE framework to run all the simulations required to explore the whole range of operation and performance of the compressor stage. The centrifugal impeller geometry is the scaled version of the original DDA's 404-III compressor, a widely known model in the Aircraft Propulsion and Power industries (published by the NTRS: “Coordinates for a High performance 4:1 Pressure Ratio Centrifugal Compressor”, July 1997).
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PRESENTER: Roque Lopez, Technical Account Manager - Rescale
Roque Lopez enjoys deep engagement with engineering teams to ensure the voice of the customer becomes product value. A strong believer that we’re living an engineering revolution in the cloud. Always in the pursuit of his customer’s success, he’s on a mission to aid Rescale customers in harnessing the full potential of cloud HPC. Roque has a unique skill set result of 20 years of experience working with multidisciplinary engineering teams and Turbomachinery R&D groups of the Power, Aerospace, Automotive and Marine industries that use CFD applications and HPC systems.
Alain has been Managing Director of NUMECA-USA since 2005. Working on business development and leading a team involved in technical support, software development and consulting. He earned his PhD at the von Karman Institute in ‘97, working on “Three-Dimensional Design of Turbomachinery Blade Rows”. Developing an inverse design 3D solver for turbomachinery blades, aiming at modifying blade shapes in order to meet target pressure distributions. He worked for NUMECA since 1997, became one of the major contributors to the solver of FINE/Turbo, and of the blade optimization package FINE/Design3D.