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FINE™/Open with OpenLabs, NUMECA's Approach to Open CFD
Posted Tue April 16, 2013 @08:31AM
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News NUMECA International has released FINE™/Open with OpenLabs v2.12-3, a new approach to open source, allowing users to freely develop and exchange physical models. The OpenLabs easy to use meta-language simplifies complex programmings tasks.

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