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Azore 1.1 CFD Analysis Tool Released
Posted Mon July 04, 2011 @06:35PM
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News Azore Technologies, LLC is proud to announce the 1.1 release of its premier CFD tool, Azore®.

Azore comes with a modern point and click interface providing a simple environment for setting up and post processing CFD data

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Click to watch a demo video. The Azore numerical kernel provides quality numerics and low memory requirements.

Some of the advantages offered by Azore® are:

  • Comparable simulation predictions at a much lower price point
  • Import/Export compatability with some of Fluent's file formats
  • Polyhedral mesh topology support
  • Low solver RAM requirements (about 1/2 of other commercial solvers)
  • Compatability filters allowing customers to use Azore® to offset more expensive CFD tools when only a reduced set of physics are required
  • Unlimited parallel nodes included with each Azore® solver instances
  • Available for most operating systems (Windows/MacOSX/Linux others may be available on request)

Azore® Technologies, LLC is currently offering free trial licenses for those who are interested in exploring an alternate CFD tool.

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