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Architecture Proposal for the Process- and Data Integration of High Performance Computing Applications in PLM

Anderl, Reiner and Malzacher, Jens and Yaman, Orkun (2007):
Architecture Proposal for the Process- and Data Integration of High Performance Computing Applications in PLM.
In: ProSTEP iViP Science Days, Integrated Engineering -From Patchwork to Network, [Book Section]

Abstract

High Performance Computing (HPC) has become ubiquitous for simulations in the industrial context. To identify the requirements for integration of HPC-relevant data and processes a survey has been conducted concerning the German car manufacturers and service and component suppliers. This contribution presents the results of the evaluation and suggests an architecture concept, called HPC Bridge, to integrate data and workflows related with Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and HPC-facilities in Product Life-Cycle Management (PLM). Synergies gained by integrated use of HPC Bridge and the CAE Data Management approach of SimPDM are illustrated by means of an example.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2007
Creators: Anderl, Reiner and Malzacher, Jens and Yaman, Orkun
Title: Architecture Proposal for the Process- and Data Integration of High Performance Computing Applications in PLM
Language: English
Abstract:

High Performance Computing (HPC) has become ubiquitous for simulations in the industrial context. To identify the requirements for integration of HPC-relevant data and processes a survey has been conducted concerning the German car manufacturers and service and component suppliers. This contribution presents the results of the evaluation and suggests an architecture concept, called HPC Bridge, to integrate data and workflows related with Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and HPC-facilities in Product Life-Cycle Management (PLM). Synergies gained by integrated use of HPC Bridge and the CAE Data Management approach of SimPDM are illustrated by means of an example.

Title of Book: ProSTEP iViP Science Days, Integrated Engineering -From Patchwork to Network
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Date Deposited: 21 Oct 2009 11:02
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