Mukherjee, P., Radhakrishnan, D., Arole, S., Larsen, S. et al., "HTC Architecture for Rapid FE Modeling," SAE Technical Paper 2011-01-1010, 2011, doi:10.4271/2011-01-1010.
This paper will present the Systems Engineering perspective of HTC (High Throughput Compute) architecture for rapid meshing and assembly that resembles HPC (High Performance Compute) cloud architecture. The architectural framework addresses the modeling requirements in CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) domains. The architecture for building a rapid modeling framework is discussed along with a brief description of the procedure to create one such application.Meshing and preparing the math model for CAE/CFD analysis is a time and computation intensive process. Reducing the meshing and model preparation time increases the possible number of analysis iterations before the final design intent model is finalized. The HTC architecture helps in relieving the effort of redevelopment for changing business requirements and provides the flexibility to meet the evolving needs of engineering. The flexibility of the architecture will be discussed, which should allow it to work with future business changes. In the current scenario, the scope of this application will be limited to sheet metal modeling.