This cloud HPC is easy to use: you have direct access to it through your browser where you can allocate resources, view real time data and check on simulations’ progression as well as manage existing and past works.


Through our prices and range of softwares available we want to ensure you get what you were looking for


Wide range of machines available which you control directly and get real time feedback from


Integrate our cloud HPC into your simulation software. We strive for efficiency and simplicity!

Cloud computing is the way through which we want to deliver complex hardware systems dedicated to engineering simulations. We at CFD FEA SERVICE have created an innovative cloud High Performance Computing (HPC) system for the Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) world.

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Thanks to this cloud HPC you can use the power of a cluster to run your engineering analyses, may them be CFD, FEM, FEA and many more. The system allows you to select machines in terms of available vCPU and RAM to solve the case under study.

If you are you looking for an answer to your fluctuating hardware resource requirements, if you would you like to enjoy pay-per-use pricing and you need to scale your computational capacity then CFD FEA SERVICE cloud HPC service has you covered: use our system to enjoy 360° services from cloud resources and clusters to web accessibility with a wide range of integrated and always up to date softwares.

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Software available

A wide range of software is available directly using the cloud HPC system. New versions and updates are constantly added by our IT team so you can just enjoy the power of the cloud cluster and take advantage of your simulation and analisys.

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Blender is a free and multiplatform software for modeling, rigging, video editing, 2D and 3D rendering; among the many features it also allows for running simulations of fluids, coatings, particles and other non-linear elements. It is available for a range of OS: Microsoft Windows, macOS, GNU / Linux, along with unofficial ports as well. In terms of complexity, Blender is equipped with a robust set of features that match it to other well-known 3D modeling programs such as Softimage XSI, Cinema 4D and Maya. v2.80
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CalculiX is a free and open source software for the analysis and simulation of finite elements; an application that uses an input data format similar to the ABAQUS software. It has an implicit and explicit solver (CCX) written by Guido Dhondt and a pre and post processor (CGX) written by Klaus Wittig. The software was originally written for Linux then Convergent Mechanical Solutions ported it to the Windows. Thanks to Calculix it is possible to run FEA (Finite Element Analysis) using cloud parallelization. v2.16
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Code_Aster is a free software for numerical simulation of materials and mechanical structures, mainly developed by the department of "Analyses Mécaniques et Acoustiques" of the R&D service of Électricité de France (EDF). The current script allows to run FEM - Finite Element Method - analysis using any customized com file with MPI parallelization. v14.4 v13.6 v13.4
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Code_Saturne is a general-purpose computational fluid dynamics free computer software package. Developed since 1997 at Électricité de France R&D, Code_Saturne is distributed under the GNU GPL licence. It is based on a co-located finite-volume approach that accepts meshes with any type of cell (tetrahedral, hexahedral, prismatic, pyramidal, polyhedral...) and any type of grid structure (unstructured, block structured, hybrid, conforming or with hanging nodes...). Its basic capabilities enable the handling of either incompressible or expandable flows with or without heat transfer and turbulence (mixing length, 2-equation models, v2f, Reynolds stress models, Large eddy simulation...). Dedicated modules are available for specific physics such as radiative heat transfer, combustion (gas, coal, heavy fuel oil, ...), magneto-hydro dynamics, compressible flows, two-phase flows (Euler-Lagrange approach with two-way coupling), extensions to specific applications (e.g. for atmospheric environment). v6.1
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Fire Dynamics Simulator (FDS) is a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model of fire-driven fluid flow. The computer program solves numerically a large eddy simulation form of the Navier–Stokes equations appropriate for low-speed, thermally-driven flow, with an emphasis on smoke and heat transport from fires, to describe the evolution of fire. FDS is free software developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) of the United States Department of Commerce, in cooperation with VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. Smokeview is the companion visualization program that can be used to display the output of FDS. Thanks to FDS it's possible to run CFD analysis for FSE - Fire Safety Engineering - according to the most common international standards: • BS 7346 - British Standard • AS1668.2 (2012) - Australian Standard • PIARC – 05.16.B and PIARC – 05.05.B for tunnel ventilation v6.7.4 v6.7.1 v6.7.0 v6.3.0
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OpenFOAM (for "Open-source Field Operation And Manipulation") is a C++ toolbox for the development of customized numerical solvers, and pre-/post-processing utilities for the solution of continuum mechanics problems, most prominently including computational fluid dynamics (CFD). The cloud HPC platform includes two main scripts which allows: 1. MESH calculation with snappyHexMesh 2. CFD Solution for transient/steady simulations using any OpenFOAM solver - i.e. simpleFoam, pimpleFoam, rhoSimpleFoam, rhoPimpleFoam, chtMultiRegionFoam, etc. v7 v6 v5 v1912
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ParaView is an open-source multiple-platform application for interactive, scientific visualization. It has a client–server architecture to facilitate remote visualization of datasets, and generates level of detail (LOD) models to maintain interactive frame rates for large datasets. It is an application built on top of the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) libraries. ParaView is an application designed for data parallelism on shared-memory or distributed-memory multicomputers and clusters. It can also be run as a single-computer application. v5.4


The pricing scheme is the simplest possible for a cloud HPC application. The base unit is the vCPU/Hour – so a unit which refers to the harware computing power allocated for every hour you use it. There are three standard models that differenciate the CPU/Hour cost depending on the RAM allocated.

vCPU typesUnit price
vCPU/Hour – 1.00 GB RAM per vCPU0.08 €
vCPU/Hour – 4.00 GB RAM per vCPU0.10 €
vCPU/Hour – 8.00 GB RAM per vCPU0.12 €

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If you are you looking for an answer to your fluctuating hardware resource requirements, if you would you like to enjoy pay-per-use pricing and you need to scale-up your compute capacity then CFD FEA SERVICE cloud HPC service has you covered


Wide range of cloud machines availability:

• Unlimited cloud space
• 60 days files availablility
• 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors 3.1GHz
• Virtual Machines type: from 1 to 224 cores
• RAM: from 1.00 GB/CPU to 8 GB/CPU
• 500 GB Hard Disk in SSD



Full control over your simluations

You have complete control on the files you upload and on the simulations you run. You can stop and restart them when you wish and get real time real-time feedback on the process: log files, images and graphics are provided for each simulation giving you total control



Pay for what you need and use

There are no fixed subscriptions or annual fees, you only pay for what you use, rounded to the nearest minute




Ask for API access to the web application in order to integrate cloud computing into your simulation software and create synergies. A dedicated repository is also available on GitHub containing guides, GPL v3 licensed scripts and other information to interact with the Cloud HPC world




Our price offers start from as little as € 0.08 per CPU / hours - these costs are designed to place our customer needs at the core of our job by ensuring maximum flexibility and scalability




Customer support is available 9:00 to 18:00 CET/CEST from Monday to Friday - excluding bank holidays. We provide support both on existing issues and on the settings of the simulations, to guarantee the best result in the shortest time span