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New Generation CFD Software Released
Posted Wed February 08, 2006 @06:19PM
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News Symban Power Systems Ltd has released APUS-CFD1.4, a new generation of CFD software supplied to its customers at a very competitive price.

APUS-CFD is a fully interactive, Arbitrary Polyhedral Unstructured Solver. It provides a complete solution from model-building to automatic mesh generation and from parallel and grid computing to real-time visualization in an integrated and interactive environment. The APUS-CFD solver is robust, fast, scalable and has been validated on a number of industrial applications.


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The APUS integrated model builder enables users to build complex models from pre-built assemblies and imported STL files. It generates hexa-dominant meshes from complex geometries automatically.

Users can visualize field values (contours and vector displays) while the solution progresses as well as access and postprocess solution data in various ways, such as contours, vectors, iso-surfaces, streamlines, or XY plotting.

For further information and to download an evaluation version, visit our website http://www.flowgrid.com.

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