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FlowGrid Project

FLOWGRID

http://www.unizar.es/flowgrid/

The aim of the FlowGrid Project is to establish a CFD Virtual Organisation, by setting up a GRID infrastructure and by deploying and sharing software, computing resources and knowledge. FlowGrid is an example of a GRID computing environment, with the vision to revolutionise the way CFD simulations are set up, executed and monitored on geographically and organisationally dispersed computing resources. This will be achieved by using a novel CFD solver and the expertise of the consortium in CFD, GRID computing and distributed computing. The project is generic and the components developed will allow their deployment on most European and International GRIDs. Information dissemination and liaison with other GRID projects will be established. The FLOWGRID model and software will be commercialised at the end of the project.

Maturity: Initial Research
Region: EU
Type: International
Grant Value: £760,416.00
Start Date: 01/09/2002
End Date: 31/08/2004
Project Status: funded
Funding Agency: EU


Project Members
There are currently no Project Members associated with this project.


Collaborating Organisations
Centre for Research and Technology Hellas
Hamburgische Schiffbau-Versuchsanstalt GmbH
Skoda Vyzkum S.R.o.
Symban Power Systems Ltd.
Zuse Institute Berlin


Component(s) Project Develops
Application Services
Problem Solving Environments
Visualisation Services


Application Area(s) associated with Project
Engineering & Physical
Infrastructure
Middleware

 

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