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FEATool Multiphysics v1.12 with SU2 CFD Solver
Posted Wed March 04, 2020 @05:10PM
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News FEATool Multiphysics version 1.12 introduces a dedicated built-in solver interface for the SU2 Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver, updated 3D geometry modeling engine and CAD support, and improved 3D mesh generation.

Precise Simulation, provider of unique software solutions for multi-physics and multi-simulation, modeling, and CAE simulation app design, announces the latest version of its FEATool Multiphysics software suite.

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In addition to the existing solver integrations for OpenFOAM, FEniCS, and FEATool and MATLAB, version 1.12 now also features built-in support for the SU2 CFD solver. The unique multi-simulation feature of FEATool allows users to easily set up and run multiphysics and CFD simulations within one easy GUI and CLI interface. This allows one to try and compare different solvers for the same problem with one-click, saving users time and work from learning the intricacies and formats of different solver codes.

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