Leveraging the Power of NextGen GPU Computing for Faster Ansys Simulations

Jun 27, 2024, 10:00am PDT

Ansys is helping customers across various industries to reduce design cycle times and produce more complex products through cutting-edge advancements in high-performance computing numerics. Join us for an exciting KETIV Virtual Academy session where we discuss how to leverage the power of GPU computing to gain unparalleled performance while running high-fidelity simulations, evaluating more design possibilities, and performing large-scale optimization studies. The session will include topics such as:

      • A brief recap of how GPU has been traditionally used by Ansys solvers for local acceleration of simulations
      • A deep dive into the more recent end-to-end fully native, multi-GPU Ansys Fluent solver including a summary of its latest modeling capabilities
      • Performance metrics for example problems including a short demo of how to use the Native GPU Fluent solver
      • Ansys and NVIDIA collaboration to develop next-generation simulation solutions powered by accelerated computing and generative AI

Join Exxact Corporation, an NVIDIA Partner, and the KETIV Simulation team at this week’s KETIV Virtual Academy session. Exxact is recognized for its expertise in providing end-to-end NVIDIA AI and high-performance computing solutions! Exxact has recently partnered with KETIV in offering turn-key hardware solutions to customers who want to leverage high-performance/GPU computing for empowering innovation using Ansys technology. Learn about this partnership and other GPU-driven industry trends at this one-of-a-kind session.

Session Presenters

Devin Prescott

Senior Application Engineer

Devin Prescott is a certified ANSYS Application Engineer (AE) and holds a Master’s Degree in Numerical Simulation from the Technical University of Madrid and a Bachelor’s of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. He has over 14 years of experience across varied industries spanning High Volume Automotive, Aerospace, and Defense. He specializes in Computational Fluid Dynamics topics in multiphase flow, mass and phase transfer, and advanced turbulence methods. His Finite Element Analysis background covers nonlinear thermal and structural problems and customization of Ansys software using Python and APDL coding. He has certificate training in Six Sigma Robust Engineering, Shainin Red X Problem Solving, AIAG DFMEA, and Advanced Concepts of GD&T.