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CFDStudio/ANSWER V5.5 Released
Posted Fri September 27, 2002 @10:48AM
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News CFDStudio/ANSWER v5.5 is the new release of the well-established ANSWER CFD Software Tool developed by ACRi. The general purpose Navier-Stokes solver, ANSWER, now comes bundled with CFDStudio, the integrated development environment for CFD applications. Among the many new features are:

# Gridless Computing (2D only; 3D under development),

# Dynamic english-language programming for user-specified physics (without FORTRAN or C Programming),

# Multi-physics capability,

# Versatile library of functions for field variables, fluid properties, sources, and initial and boundary conditions,

# Hybrid elements such as hexahedra, prisms, pyramids, tetrahedra, triangles and quads. Any combination of elements are acceptable.

# Adaptive Gridding / Auto Refinement at runtime based on flexible user-specified runtime criteria.

# If-then-else type of conditional statements.

# Expanded and improved library of matrix solvers,

# Computational improvements and enhancements for efficiency and versatility of application.

--- CFDStudio is the new Integrated Development Environment (IDE) developed by ACRi, for use in CFD problem setup, runtime and postprocessing.

In technical terms, CFDStudio is a "wysiwyg" (what you see is what you get) type of development environment for CFD applications. That is, as you are setting up a CFD problem, there is never a blind spot, you can always visualize what type of boundary condition you are specifying, and to what region. Any specification that you have provided can be viewed at a later time.

The entire development environment is built on a "point-and-click" approach, minimizing the guess work. The problem setup (specification of geometry, initial and boundary conditions, sources, sinks, fluid properties, solution and output options etc.), initiation and graphical representation of CFD solution, as well as the postprocessing of the results (including contours, vectors, slices, etc) are all done in the CFDStudio environment, eliminating the need for 3rd party software, and flattening the learning curve even for the most novice CFD software user.

For detailed information, or to request a 30-day free evaluation copy (qualifying professionals only) please visit CFDStudio/ANSWER website at:

http://www.acricfd.com/software/answer/


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