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FIELDVIEW 7.1 Now Available
Posted Mon June 11, 2001 @09:05AM
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Post Processing Intelligent Light has made version 7.1 of their post-processor FIELDVIEW available. Highlights include a Red Hat Linux version, support for CGNS, and enhanced parallel capabilities.
You Should Get This Release:
  • If you are using Parallel FIELDVIEW or Client-server mode, the enhancements will greatly benefit you. And, FV7.1 adds new clients for HP and SUN to the FIELDVIEW 7 offering of SGI-64 and Windows;
  • If you need to run FIELDVIEW on Intel hardware with the Red Hat LINUX O/S;
  • If you are using STAR-CD, FLUENT, CFX-5, SCRYU (in Japan) or any solver that uses FV-UNS files as output, you need this release because of a bug fix in handling face-based results;
  • If you are using unstructured grids and need a way to review grid/cell topology, Crinkle Surfaces in FV7.1 will be of great benefit;
  • If you need to use CGNS files with FIELDVIEW.

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