The Azore CFD software is targeted at practical applications including pollution control, HVAC, heat exchangers, and more. It has been developed, validated, and employed for more than 13 years by parent company Airflow Sciences Corporation for its own industrial work. The code is based on the same numerical algorithms that have been validated for years in commercial and public domain software, so users can trust the results from Azore CFD for their own applications.
Azore Software President, Rob Mudry, says, “We all know that engineering organizations are very practical, yet the natural evolution of the commercial PLM/CFD market has seemingly vacated the demand for dependable solutions of everyday flow applications at an affordable price. We are here to answer that demand.”
To prove its understanding of the pragmatic nature of the market, the company is offering extended free trials and low-cost monthly subscriptions that allow organizations time to necessarily meet their specific validation requirements. Technical support is provided for all corporate trials.
Subscription plans are based on the level of physics (basic or advanced) and the number and type (shared or distributed memory) of parallel computing cores. The Basic Package includes standard physics with up to 16 cores of shared memory. The Advanced Package offers advanced physics (such as rotating reference frames, porous surfaces, multiple species, and a transient solver) with up to 32 shared or distributed memory cores. Finally, the Premier Package includes advanced physics and unlimited shared or distributed cores. Subscription plans and pricing may be found at www.azorecfd.com.
About Azore Software
Azore Software, LLC, provider of practical CFD that you can trust, is headquartered in Livonia, Michigan. With flexible monthly subscription plans, Azore CFD answers both the technical and the software licensing challenges that many flow and heat transfer analysts face today. First released for industrial use in 2007, today Azore CFD software is applied across a broad range of industries including manufacturing and energy.