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Fluent Releases GAMBIT 2.0
Posted Fri January 04, 2002 @04:48PM
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News Fluent has announced the release of the latest version of their general purpose pre-processor for CFD. GAMBIT 2.0 features an updated geometry kernel which allows for direct access to Pro/ENGINEER's geometry engine and support for ACIS 6.3.

Also new to this release is GAMBIT's ability to automatically refine the mesh in areas of strong curvature and near small gaps. An example of this technology was displayed in the IMR Meshing Maestro award-winning mesh.

A new version of G/Turbo has also been released with GAMBIT 2.0. G/Turbo is an application specific pre-processor integrated into the GAMBIT interface. G/Turbo is a tool which enables the rapid generation of meshes for turbomachinery applications. A unique feature of the pre-processor is the ability to create both structured and unstructured meshes. This allows simple geometries to be created very quickly while also providing a path for analysis of more complex models. G/Turbo is supplied as an add-on to GAMBIT 2.0.

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