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FieldView Adds Direct Reader for OpenFOAM
Posted Wed December 14, 2011 @06:46PM
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News FieldView 13 from Intelligent Light delivers a revolutionary new approach to faster, more productive CFD post-processing, data management, and visualization.

Now OpenFOAM users can experience the speed, performance and work flow benefits of the industry’s leading post-processor with a new direct reader for OpenFOAM data.

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FieldView’s direct reader for OpenFOAM data can read either reconstructed or decomposed (partitioned) data with no need to repartition or export the data, saving time and disk space. Boundaries, scalars, and vectors are automatically recognized. Standard FieldView features such as streamline wall marking, grid subsetting, and optimization for fast and accurate interpolation of standard cell types are included. Full support for automation for batch operation with OpenFOAM results is provided.

This offering is not approved or endorsed by OpenCFD Limited, the producer of the OpenFOAM software and owner of the OPENFOAM® and OpenCFD® trade marks.

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