November 5, 2020
OnScale announced the release of the OnScale Solve, its new web-based cloud engineering simulation platform.
“OnScale Solve gives engineers, designers, and analysts access to the powerful cloud-native engineering simulation tools and cloud supercomputer resources they need to innovate, solve complex problems, and efficiently work from any location and device,” says Ian Campbell, CEO of OnScale. “OnScale Solve is the culmination of our focus on delivering the best streamlined simulation workflows, powerful multiphysics solvers, and an extensible simulation API, all accessible from a web browser on a pay-as-you-simulate SaaS subscription model.”
OnScale Solve is a SaaS (pay-as-you-go_ engineering simulation platform that combines multiphysics solvers with scalable cloud supercomputers from AWS and Google Cloud. According to the company, OnScale Solve does not require any installation and can be accessed via a secure web-based connection to any web browser. The solution features multiphysics solvers, automation of tasks such as CAD repair and meshing, scalable cloud supercomputer infrastructure, intuitive UI/UX and integrated workflows, and integration with Jupyter notebooks and Cloud AI tools.
Subscribers can open a Free Private account that includes 500 core-hours per year. Users can perform mechanical, thermal, and coupled thermal-mechanical analysis. The company plans to develop dynamic mechanical, nonlinear mechanics, thermal-fluid, FSI, and acoustic analysis modules.
OnScale Solve integrates directly with the Onshape cloud product development platform. Onshape parametric CAD models can be directly imported into OnScale Solve through the OnScale Connector App.
Users can register for a free account at onscale.com/solve, and run simulations directly from Google Chrome.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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