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Old   October 29, 2002, 05:55
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Hi there, I want to run a large transient case in short time. So, I would like to 'buy' some cpu-time from a company or university. Any recommendations? any informations about prices are welcome, too.

regards, Tom
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Old   October 30, 2002, 15:52
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Jonas Larsson
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There are a few links to this kind of services in the Resources/Misc/Online CFD Services section. TTI has quite good prices I think - around $0.5 per CPU hour. The problem is how to handle licenses if you need to run a commerical code. If you have your license server on the internet you might be able to check out licenses from it directly over the net, ymmw.
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