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XFlow 2011 Released
Posted Fri March 11, 2011 @01:37PM
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News The particle-based CFD software XFlow 2011 has been released by Next Limit S.L.

XFlow is a next generation CFD software system from Next Limit Technologies that uses a proprietary, particle-based, meshless approach which can easily handle traditionally complex problems.

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The meshless approach within XFlow is particle-based and fully Lagrangian which means classic fluid domain meshing is not required and surface complexity is not a limiting factor. XFlow can handle moving bodies and deformable parts, and is tolerant with the quality of the input geometry.

XFlow features a novel particle-based kinetic algorithm that resolves the Boltzman and the compressible Navier-Stokes equations. The solver features state-of-the-art LES (Large Eddy Simulation) modelling, and advanced non-equilibrium wall models.

The kinetic approach has been specifically designed to perform very fast with accessible hardware. It provides Large Eddy Simulation (LES) analysis in CPU-times similar to most codes providing just RANS analysis.

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