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Old   October 15, 2013, 15:15
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Dear OpenFOAM user,

If you are active in the biomedical field you probably will be interested in VIRTUS, a cloud-based system that integrates all CFD processes into a single system to enable radiologists and physicians to perform patient-based blood flow simulations easily accessed via a web-browser. Thanks to GPU the simulations are up to x3 times faster now than on Intel Xeon running at full speed.

Features:
- Automated mesh generation directly from CT/MRI image
- OpenFOAM backend
- GPU-based acceleration

See virtus.vratis.com/applications for example videos and screencasts.

Kind regards,
Lukasz Miroslaw

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Great work. Congratulation. I was discussing a similar project a couple of years ago, but did not get any funding for it. It should be a very promising field.
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Your software also looks great!
what kind of solvers and turbulence modeling do you use?

We are accelerating now kOmegaSST on GPU. Would that be interesting for your application?
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I am using kOmegaSST, but do not have GPU acceleration. I would definitively be interested in GPU acceleration (anything to get a faster turn-around time), but I am currently working on the marketing side to turn it into a commercially viable product. I will contact you when I reach the point where I can confidently say that the demand is there.
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