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Old   July 29, 2018, 16:12
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Hi Guys,
Are there any cloud based pay as you go cloud based services that come along with CFD licenses (ANSYS/ STAR CCM/ etc) that one can avail for practicing CFD analysis? What would be the costs one is looking at?

I would like to get up to speed with advanced working knowledge on software and tools practice and intend to practice. I have access to a lot of online study material but not to the software or have sufficient hardware. What could be my options?

Any info is useful

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Old   August 3, 2018, 16:01
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Are you an independent freelancer or with an academic instituion? There are mad academic discounts for both Ansys and Star-CCM.

ANSYS has partnered with several cloud services. You should just contact ansys support for options.

Star-CCM I am not aware of cloud partners, but POD licensing lets you pay for # hours and then go.

If you are still practicing, I recommend to stick with a local PC and not do this cloud approach. The cloud doesn't help you learn anything directly, it just lets you compute some stuff.

I've simulated a rocket nozzle on a 1st generation i7 with only 4 cores. You just need to be a little stingy on your cell count and choose your problems wisely! Picking a complex geometry that results in ridiculously high cell count is not always the way to go. You can learn how to run very complex physics on a simple geometry and learn a lot faster. You don't learn while the computer is computing.
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In the Azure Marketplace UberCloud has that for ANSYS software.
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But how much do these cost?
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