India’s first F1 racing team Force India agreed an exclusive, 3-year contract with Tata Sons’

Mallya’s Force India Formula 1 racing team will immediately acquire the edge it requires to develop its next generation cars. Moreover, the help, chiefly by way of condensed design cycle time, will be coming from a supercomputer based right here at Hinjewadi. On 30th dec, India’s first F1 racing team contract signed an exclusive, 3-year contract with Tata Sons’ Computational Research Laboratories (CRL) to develop a computational liquid dynamics (CFD) solution for designing F1 racing cars. 

Million dollar contract means that the design cycle time will reduce considerably and aerodynamic competence will improve, giving the team’s drivers their best option of a excellent result. The computational liquid dynamics (CFD) designs for F1 cars are between the most complex and need exceptionally high compute powers for true results. Now, complex simulations will be performed on CRL’s supercomputer Eka at Hinjewadi here, without compromise on processing times. CRL will provide Force India with a total high-performance computing (HPC) ecosystem, ranging from hardware support to modified configurations to application support. 

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