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Introducing OnScale Solve™

Join us for an introductory webinar on OnScale Solve, the world’s first Cloud Engineering Simulation Platform.

In this introductory webinar on OnScale Solve. Ian Campbell, OnScale's CEO, demos OnScale Solve and discusses the main features included in this first release:

  • Multiphysics solvers
  • Automation of time-consuming tasks such as CAD repair and meshing
  • Onshape integration
  • Scalable cloud supercomputer infrastructure
  • Intuitive UI/UX and integrated workflows
  • Insightful results
  • Integration with Jupyter notebooks
  • Cloud AI tools
  • OnScale Solve roadmap

Built by engineers for engineers, OnScale Solve is a cloud-native simulation platform that overcomes the limitations imposed by legacy FEA desktop simulation tools, enabling engineers to run large simulations and parametric sweeps while enjoying a flexible and fair pay-as-you-simulate subscription model.

OnScale Solve offers a Free Private account loaded with 500 core-hours per year of simulation power. STEM educators and students can benefit from the free online simulation capabilities available in OnScale Solve, while professional users can enjoy running complex simulations and explore massive design spaces to get a glimpse of how cloud engineering simulation can enable the accurate design of modern products.

The live demo includes the simulation of mechanical, thermal, and coupled thermal-mechanical designs

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