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Stanford University Releases SU2 1.1
Posted Thu July 19, 2012 @08:36AM
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News The Aerospace Design Lab at Stanford University has released version 1.1 of the Stanford University Unstructured (SU2) open-source CFD code.

With this update, the SU2 team has made significant strides in improving the capabilities, reliability, and usability of our open-source CFD analysis and design tool.

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The new release contains a host of new features of interest to the CFD community, including:
  • Windows binary executables with full functionality (parallelism, CGNS support, etc.).
  • Improved parallelization.
  • Pointwise plugin for direct export to SU2 grid formats.
  • Additional flexibility in the specification of the optimization problem.
  • Additional spatial discretization schemes, including HLLC and AUSM.
  • Axisymmetric implementation for Euler and incompressible governing equations.
  • 3D Reacting flow simulations using argon gas chemistry models.
  • Free surface simulation and design.
  • Periodic boundary conditions.
  • Updated python scripts.

SU2 is under active development in the Aerospace Design Lab (ADL) in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Stanford University and is released under an open-source license.

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