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NASA CFD Technology Available Free for Limited Time
Posted Mon July 23, 2001 @08:56AM
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Solver Khaled S. Abdol-Hamid writes "PAB3D solves the three-dimensional Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations with a finite-volume formulation on structured multi-block grids. The PAB3D code was developed at NASA Langley Research Center under NASA Contract NAS1-19831 and the United States Government retains certain rights. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langely Research Center (NASA LaRC), acting under the authority of the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958, as amended, and Analytical Services & Materials, Inc. (AS&M), jointly executed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) in order to foster commercialization of the PABWe emphasize state-of-the-art code development and application using finite-difference, finite-volume, and spectral methods for both research and design problems. Our expertise is built around the experience gained by supporting the development and continued enhancement of major CFD codes such as NASA's CFL3D, TLNS3D, OVERFLOW, FUN3D, USM3D, LAURA, VULCAN, and PAB3D. Areas of specialization include code development & validation, turbulence modeling, structured & unstructured grid generation, and thermodynamics & chemistry of reacting flows. AS&M specializes in custom built software for engineering and scientific applications3D software codes"

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