In this paper, a processing conversion and parallel control platform (PCsP) is proposed for transitioning serial hydrodynamic simulators to a cluster-computing system. We previously undertook efforts to promote the research and development of this type of platform and to demonstrate and commercialize it. Our PCsP provide distributed and parallel patterns, a centralized architecture, and user support. To validate our employed methodology and highlight its simplicity, we adopted the technology in various applications based on multi-grid algorithms. The methodology was shown to be reliable and feasible across computational domains, partitioning strategies, and multi-grid codes. Furthermore, its effectiveness was demonstrated using a complex engineering case in addition to code based on slightly less complex mathematical models. Eventual transition to a cluster-computing system will require further investigation of the impact of different model combinations on calculation accuracy, efficiency of operating models, and PCsP functional development.