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Sharc Launches Generic Solver Interface
Posted Thu October 07, 2010 @04:39PM
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News Sharc is proud to announce the launch of Submarine, a generic solver interface module within the extreme meshing tool Harpoon v4.2a

Submarine combines the powerful meshing capabilities of Harpoon with solvers such as OpenFOAM and Fluent, to produce an extremely simple environment for meshing, solving and visualising the most complex CFD problems.


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Once the mesh has been generated, boundary conditions for the model, along with solver setup such as turbulence models and parallel settings, are achieved with extreme ease.

Solver choice is achieved at the press of a button.

The solution is interactively monitored by residuals, surface contour plots and clip planes allowing the user to "watch" the solution evolve. Iso-surfaces, streamlines and vortex cores are available once the solution has finished, all as fully interactive entities in an extreme visualisation environment.

Solvers currently supported include OpenFOAM and Fluent. Others are to be added as requested

Find out more about Harpoon v4.2

Find out more about Submarine

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