Parallel computing in automation of decoupled fluid-thermostructural simulation approach

@article{Glnzel2020ParallelCI,
  title={Parallel computing in automation of decoupled fluid-thermostructural simulation approach},
  author={Janine Gl{\"a}nzel and Andreas Naumann and Tharun Suresh Kumar},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/1910.13939}
}
Decoupling approach presents a novel solution/alternative to the highly time-consuming fluid-thermal-structural simulation procedures when thermal effects and resultant displacements on machine tools are analyzed. Using high dimensional Characteristic Diagrams (CDs) along with a Clustering Algorithm that immensely reduces the data needed for training, a limited number of CFD simulations can suffice in effectively decoupling fluid and thermal-structural simulations. This approach becomes highly… 

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