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KARALIT Launches Immersed Boundary CFD Software
Posted Wed June 22, 2011 @05:07PM
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News Italian software vendor KARALIT launches its revolutionary computational fluid dynamic software KARALIT CFD in a free version available to the international industrial and academic community.

KARALIT CFD software offers the Immersed Mesh method allowing users to generate a hyperbolic body fitted grid in the region immediately close to the body surface.

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This results in a dramatic simplification of the entire pre-processing phase (mesh generation) to the point that it is virtually non-existent. In different words, the immersed boundary (IB) method substitutes the time-consuming, inaccurate and necessarily interactive body conformal grid generation process with automatic and extremely fast algorithms based on geometrical, logical and topological issues.

"It is the first time that a commercial CFD software based on the IB method is offered as a real CFD tool on the market" - says Marco Mulas, the founder and CTO of KARALIT "Our KARALIT CFD product is a real revolution in the way CFD problems are solved. No more painful work on mesh generation. In a matter of a few clicks and a little bit of data entry, CFD analysts will finally be able to focus their attention on results, rather than on pre-processing".

Moreover given its simple and reasonable price scheme, even for an unlimited number of users, from a commercial standpoint KARALIT CFD software provides groundbreaking innovation by allowing all types of licenses to be run on an unlimited number of cores and at no additional cost.

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