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Khamsin SketchUp CFD Plugin Updated
Posted Mon September 10, 2012 @05:16PM
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News Hibou Scientific Software Pty Ltd is pleased to announce the release of Khamsin version 0.8.

Khamsin, a SketchUp Plugin for CFD Modelling, is an extension to the SketchUp 3D environment that allows for the full settings and monitoring of OpenFOAM and Dolfyn CFD simulations.


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Khamsin version 0.8 includes the following:
  • 1D visualisation using Gnuplot;
  • Support of ParaView, and EnSight/EnSight Free post-processing tools;
  • Forces monitoring;
  • Algebraic expression for boundary conditions for openFoam solver using the swak4Foam library

Interested? Get more information at http://www.hibouscientificsoftware.com.au, download a trial or see it in action

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