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TRANSOFT Releases Version 4.2 of FLUIDYN
Posted Wed April 03, 2002 @09:38AM
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News TRANSOFT International announces the release of Version 4.2 of the CFD software, fluidyn-NS. This version includes, in addition to the traditional CFD modules, the simulation of structural/thermal/acoustic interaction with flows.

The performance, speed and user-friendly features have been enhanced in Fluidyn-NS version 4.2:

  1. The addition of new solvers, thereby completing the range of finite-volume solvers available in fluidyn-NS. Thus the solution accuracy and speed are optimised for all kinds of flow, structural, heat transfer and acoustic interactions.
  2. The parallelization of the existing solvers. Currently, fluidyn-NS can run on PC clusters (LINUX systems) as well as on multiprocessing workstations (UNIX).
  3. The integration of fluidyn-NS, fluidyn-FSI (Fluid-Structure Interaction), fluidyn-CHT (Conjugate Heat Transfer) and fluidyn-CAF (Fluid-Acoustic Coupling) solvers under one single interface.

For more information, all contact addresses can be found on : http://www.fluidyn.com


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