Case Study: UTFR Runs CFD Simulations in the Cloud to Optimize Formula SAE Car Design
The University of Toronto Formula SAE Racing Team is a student‐run club focused on designing, building and competing with an open‐wheeled race car at Formula Student competitions held globally.
In early 2018 the student team partnered with Advanced Clustering Technologies to make use of the company’s on-demand cloud solution, ACTnowHPC. Using Simulia’s Star-CCM+ to run computational fluid dynamics or CFD simulations, the team developed numerous iterations of the front wing’s end plates.
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