Bring Your Own AWS Account

Please note that this feature is currently in beta. Please contact your organization’s Solution Architect or Account Executive for setup and configuration assistance. Introduction This document will guide you through the process of connecting your ScaleX Enterprise account to your AWS account. Once this is configured, you will be able to utilize your AWS account…

Bring Your Own Azure Account

This document will guide you through the process of connecting your ScaleX Enterprise account to a private Azure account. Once this is configured, clusters will be provisioned against a custom Azure subscription that Rescale has access to. Prerequisites A ScaleX Enterprise company administrator account An Azure portal account with sufficient permissions to register an application…

Checkpointing

Saving Checkpoints for Long Simulations What is Checkpointing? Checkpointing is the process of saving necessary data from a running simulation, usually implemented either to restart a job or as a safe point in case of system failure. Good Practices for Checkpointing Plan Ahead Many software applications provide options for checkpointing/restarting your simulations. Before starting your…

COMSOL Examples

COMSOL Multiphysics is a finite element analysis, solver and multiphysics simulation software. COMSOL provides a unified workflow for electrical, mechanical, fluid, acoustics, and chemical applications. COMSOL platform spans all steps of the modeling workflow: from creating geometries, specifying material properties and physical phenomena, to solving and postprocessing to produce accurate and trustworthy results. Rescale’s platform…

ANSYS HFSS Batch Tutorials

This tutorial shows how to run an ANSYS HFSS simulation model in batch mode on Rescale’s ScaleX platform. Once you are comfortable with the Rescale platform, you can tailor the workflow to suit your needs. For basics on Rescale batch, please refer to our guide. This tutorial is based on a cutout section of a…

ANSYS Workbench in Batch

In this document, we present instructions on how to solve your ANSYS simulations in batch directly from a Workbench Archive file. Normally, ANSYS Workbench in batch requires a number of tasks, particularly creating a journal file that must contain the right commands to solve the analysis systems (e.g. Fluent, Mechanical) from the project schematic. However,…

RSM: Workbench Tutorials

The tutorials here will introduce you to solving ANSYS Workbench projects using Remote Solver Manager (RSM) in Rescale. You can follow the step-by-step tutorials provided to you which include a sample workbench model, or apply the instructions directly to your model. Note: Remote Solver Manager (RSM) is supported only on versions 17.X and 18.1 Currently,…

ANSYS Icepak Batch Tutorials

This tutorial will introduce you to submitting an ANSYS Icepak 18.2 case to run in batch. This example case is also used in our ANSYS RSM Electronics tutorial using RSM job submission. In this tutorial, we will show a workflow entirely within the Rescale platform. We demonstrate how to launch a Rescale Desktop, load an…