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Title: Grid Technologies for Engineering Applications


1
Grid Technologies for Engineering Applications
  • Marc Molinarie-Science CentreUniversity of
    Southampton

2
Overview
  • Project Case Studies
  • Geodise
  • GEM
  • G-Yacht
  • Grid Benefits
  • Further Information

3
e-Science Team
  • Richard Boardman
  • Sergio Campobasso
  • Liming Chen
  • Simon Cox
  • Mihai Duta
  • Clive Emberey
  • Hakki Eres
  • Matt Fairman
  • Carole Goble
  • Richard Gooding
  • Sam Gould
  • Mike Giles
  • Richard Harding
  • Ian Hartney
  • Tracey Hunt
  • Zhuoan Jiao
  • Andy Keane
  • Marc Molinari
  • Graeme Pound
  • Nicola Reader
  • Colin puleston
  • Ben Rogers
  • Mark Scott
  • Nigel Shadbolt
  • Paul Smart
  • Wenbin Song
  • Barry Tao
  • Jasmin Wason
  • Fenglian Xu
  • Gang Luke Xue

4
Geodise
Grid-enabled Optimisation and Design Search for
Engineering
  • e-Science pilot project
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • EPSRC funded research programme
  • Range of industrial partners

5
Parties involved
Southampton, Oxford and Manchester
  • Simon Cox Grid/ W3C Technologies and High
    Performance Computing, Global Grid Forum Apps
    Working Group
  • Andy Keane Director of Rolls Royce/ BAE Systems
    University Technology Partnership in Design
    Search and Optimisation
  • Mike Giles Director of Rolls Royce University
    Technology Centre for Computational Fluid
    Dynamics
  • Carole Goble Ontologies and DARPA Agent Markup
    Language (DAML) / Ontology Inference Language
    (OIL)
  • Nigel Shadbolt Director of Advanced Knowledge
    Technologies (AKT) IRC

BAE Systems - Engineering Rolls-Royce -
Engineering Fluent - Computational Fluid
Dynamics Microsoft - Software/ Web Services Intel
- Hardware Compusys - Systems Integration Epistemi
cs - Knowledge Technologies Condor - Grid
Middleware
6
Technology
Engineer (Matlab interface)
Optimisation
Databases
Grid Technology
Knowledge
Collaboration
Visualisation
Computation
Computational Steering
7
GEM
  • Provide a tool for grid-enabled electro-magnetic
    optimisation for industrial use
  • DTI funded project
  • Industrial partner Mesophotonics Ltd.
  • Next-generation photonic devices for high-speed
    optical communication

8
Integration
Concept
Design
Knowledge
Optimisation
Computation
Development
Production
Testing
Product DB
Result
Process
Application
Business
Maintenance
Application
Information
Technology
9
Industrial Perspective
  • Functionality, robustness, effectiveness
  • Transparent integration (training)
  • Horizontal / Vertical Business Workflow
  • Reliability (availability, performance, security)
  • Manageability
  • International standards (Grid-services)
  • Interoperability (O/S independence)
  • Overall efficiency (cost of ownership)

10
G-Yacht
  • Yacht CFD and analysis tool
  • Industrial Partner Wolfson Unit for Marine
    Technology and Industrial Aerodynamics (WUMTIA)
  • Americas Cup, Volvo Ocean Race and Vendee Globe
  • Experimental data ?? CFD data

11
Vision
To develop a service to give remote access to
yacht CFD and analysis tools via a Grid enabled
Web portal allowing globally spread design teams
to interact efficiently and effectively.
12
Design Process
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13
Grid Technologies
  • Grid technology / Webservices
  • Condor
  • Microsoft .NET
  • IBM Websphere
  • Globus Toolkit
  • Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA)
  • Grid Security Infrastructure (GSI)
  • Extend applications with Grid access

PCs, Workstations,Cluster
14
Benefits of Grid Technology
  • Rapid prototyping ? less time-to-product
  • Collaborative / Restrictive Engineering
  • Use of Resources
  • In-house availability
  • Through services
  • Pay-per-use
  • Access to technology otherwise unavailable
  • Lower cost

15
Further Information
  • www.e-science.soton.ac.uk
  • www.geodise.org
  • www.soton.ac.uk/gem
  • www.soton.ac.uk/gyacht
  • www.nesc.ac.uk
  • www.whiterose.ac.uk
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