Engineering better solutions

Engineering better solutions

Enter the simulation

In the world of engineering and design, supercomputing has been leveraged to accomplish complicated tasks—such as computational simulation—with ease.

A computer simulation uses numerical models to imitate a real-world process, providing invaluable information that is extremely difficult to be obtained experimentally.

For instance, this allows engineers to study the effects of a nuclear blast, or predict the output of wind turbines, from the comfort of their desks!

Designing efficient vessels

In industrial design and manufacturing, HPC has been used to solve structural design problems to optimise production lifecycles.

For example, we’ve partnered with Austal to provide them with our efficient and green HPC. Ship design specialists at Austal perform resource-intensive computational analyses to improve the efficiency and performance of defence and commercial vessels.

By enabling cutting-edge ship performance optimisation, we are helping Austal maximise vessel efficiency for their defence and commercial customers!

Reimagining the future of flight

Did you know that modern aircraft are also shaped by supercomputers?

Using HPC, researchers carry out simulations to understand aviation turbulence, optimise wing structure, and design quieter turbofans.

All that effort to improve aircraft performance, reduce carbon emissions, and make your flight more enjoyable!

By Mitchell Lim

Mitchell Lim is DUG's Scientific Content Architect. With a PhD in Chemical Engineering, Mitch is an expert in the fields of catalysis and ultrasonics. Full-time science geek, part-time fitness junkie, Mitch strives to deliver effective and engaging science communication, as he believes that easily digestible scientific perspectives have the potential to impact and benefit society at large.

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