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FLOWGRID

FLOW simulations on-demand using GRID computing                                                                

Title of Programme
THE FIFTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
INFORMATION SOCIETY TECHNOLOGIES
RTD CPA 9
GRID technologies and their applications
Financing Code for Project
IST-2001-38433
Project start year - end year 2002 - 2004
Financing organisation
EUROPEAN COMMISSION
RESEARCH DIRECTORATE-GENERAL
Shared-cost RTD project
Coordinator
Fluid Mechanics Group - University of Zaragoza (UNIZAR)
Other partners
Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory (APTL)
Hamburgische Schiffbau Versuchsanstalt (HSVA)
SYMBAN Power Systems Ltd
Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik Berlin (ZIB)
Budget / APTL Budget
1,682,939€ / 326,400€
Scientific Manager / Project researcher A. G. Konstandopoulos / N. Vlachos
Project website http://www.unizar.es/flowgrid/
Summary
FLOWGRID is an example of a GRID computing environment, with the vision to enable CFD simulations to be set-up, executed and monitored on geographically and organisationally dispersed computing resources. It consists of several modules, which together form an environment in which the user can:
  • Register to the service via the FlowGrid Portal;
  • Interactively create or modify CFD cases;
  • Examine available resources and choose where to run his/her problem;
  • Submit a case to run on a chosen system;
  • Monitor and influence the solution process;
  • View the results in real time as the solution progresses;
  • Interactively view the results at the end of a computation.

 

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