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Symscape Adds Windows 64-bit, Native MPI for OpenFOAM 1.6.x
Posted Thu August 05, 2010 @02:13PM
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News The latest version of the Symscape Windows patch for OpenFOAMŪ 1.6.x now supports 64-bit compilation using the MinGW-w64 cross-compiler.

The new version also supports parallel computation using the native Windows MPI implementation provided by the free Microsoft HPC SDK and also available on Microsoft HPC Server 2008 for clusters.

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Be warned, as always, that to build OpenFOAM for Windows with a cross-compiler requires expert knowledge of Windows and Linux utilities and compilers.

OpenFOAM is a registered trademark of OpenCFD and is unaffiliated with Symscape.

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