The STFC Hartree Centre has provided SME ACAL Energy with the supercomputing capability they required to gain a better insight into their fuel cell technology, enabling them to solve a technical performance problem.
Simulations assist more economical oil extraction
Researchers at Lancaster University are using the supercomputing capability of the Hartree Centre to accurately simulate the flow of complex fluids to improve oil extraction techniques.
Smaller, affordable particle accelerators for security
Tech-X is using high performance computing (HPC) at the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Hartree Centre to help speed up the arrival of smaller, more versatile particle accelerators.
Accelerating the product discovery process at Unilever
Unilever is taking advantage of the STFC Hartree Centre’s expertise in high performance computing (HPC) to model how key ingredients of typical home and personal care products combine to structure everyday liquids.
Accelerating product design development
Collaborative expertise and access to supercomputing facilities has enabled the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) to develop computer-aided engineering (CAE) process templates and optimisation methods to support future designs for Jaguar Land Rover.
Supporting new automotive product design
Collaboration with the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) and access to the STFC Hartree Centre’s visualisation suite has enabled Bentley Motors to integrate the use of virtual models into their new product development process, improving design at an early stage.
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