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CFD Simulation Made Easy
Posted Sat November 28, 2020 @12:32PM
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News CFDTool version 1.5, based on the FEATool Multiphysics simulation platform, has been released.

CFDTool now features full 3D modeling and support for both the OpenFOAM and SU2 CFD solvers from a single MATLAB GUI and interface, making the CFDTool a one-stop-shop for all types of fluid dynamics and heat transfer simulations.


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CFDTool, is based on the FEATool Multiphysics simulation platform, and features an interface that has been specifically designed and developed to make computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and heat transfer simulations both easy and fun!

The toolbox is fully integrated with MATLAB, with everything you need to set up, perform, and analyze CFD simulations, including CAD geometry modeling, automatic mesh generation, postprocessing and visualization, as well as built-in support for the OpenFOAM and SU2 CFD solvers.

Please visit www.cfdtool.com for more information and toolbox download.

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