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Old   June 9, 2008, 09:48
Default How much the speed is important?
Lukasz Miroslaw
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We are developing a product that speeds up CFD experiments.

Which CFD applications and domains do you think need to reduce time of calculations? How much it costs to perform one full CFD experiment that encompasses pre-processing, PDE solver, post-processing and visualization.

Maybe you could also provide a few examples on how long at average the computations last on state-of-the-art systems, like grids, clusters or supercomputers.

Thanks for the answers, lm
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