Today, computer clusters have been developed for parallel processing and to solve complex problems and time-consuming jobs. Low cost and easy construction of such clusters promote the use of them by the research and industrial centers. In the next section some important applications of parallel processing in different industries are discussed.
Using simulations of various phenomena related to automotive industries, it can lead to improved performance and manufacturing processes. To increase the solution accuracy, it is critical to model the simulations three dimensionally, which in turn need high computational capacities. Some of the parallel processing applications in automotive industries are as follows:
Polish manufacturing industries
Using parallel processing in polish manufacturing industries gives the possibility of massive computations required in the following applications:
Defense and aerospace industries
One of the most important applications of parallel processing is in aerospace industries. This industry is in association with a wide range of different technologies such that various related phenomena simulation, which ultimately needs massive computations. Some of the parallel processing applications in aerospace industries are as below:
Energy saving and emission reduction
Fuel consumption reduction is an important issue in our country. Various industries and organizations have been established in these areas since a decade ago. For example steel industries and power plants are the largest energy consumer in the country. To optimize energy consumption, parallel processing can be applied to numerical analysis of combustion processes, furnaces, burners and heat exchangers used in these industries.
Copyright 2010 Aerocluster.sharif.edu, All rights reserved, Designed by: Javad Ghafourizadeh