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Old   July 9, 2001, 08:31
Default Fluid v1.0 Demo Available
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Maciej Matyka
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Hello.

Look at http://panoramix.ift.uni.wroc.pl/~maq

and download demo version of Navier-Stokes incompressible fluid solver.

It's windows (98,2000,NT) version.

For more info about full version, and source codes (both for linux and windows, only 10$) email me.

Any comments, sugestions, where can i put info about that?

Maciej Matyka University of Wroclaw mailto:maq@panoramix.ift.uni.wroc.pl
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Old   July 11, 2001, 04:47
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John C. Chien
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(1). Thank you very much for the demo. I have downloaded it. (2). I am busy right now. But later on, if I have the time, I will give it a try according to your instructions.
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Old   July 11, 2001, 07:12
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(1).The demo program works with the input sample files provided, but only for the very early 10 steps (or frames). At then end of 10 steps, the program stops.(2). As a demo, I think, it should provide the whole story, so the potential users can actually calculate the flow from the begining to the end. The very short 10 steps does not give the potential users any feeling about the code.
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Old   July 11, 2001, 07:53
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I understand. Tommorow new version will be available. Anyway, have you idea how to limit demo version anyway?

Btw. thanx for response - im still developming that program, and i really (REALLY) want to hear any comments and suggestions about that, becouse im not specialist in CFD - i think there are more peoples who know more about CFD than me. Help me, and more suggestions please.

Maciej Matyka University of Wroclaw

Navier-Stokes solver demo available at http://panoramix.ift.uni.wroc.pl/~maq
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Old   July 11, 2001, 13:06
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(1). I don't have any comment to your program. It is your program, so, you can decide what to include or not to include. (2). There are some methods used by other programsa). state in the download program that it is good for demo use for one month. (it is user's reponsibility to follow it) (b). limit the available options which you think are attractive to users. (c). display "demo version" on the top of the original display, but is done such that the user can still see the original display. (d). put the input file inside the code, so the user can only run it, that is no user new input allowed. (3). You could easily ask your friend to test out your code and get their feed back.
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Old   July 11, 2001, 13:58
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Maciej Matyka
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I will use it.

"(d). put the input file inside the code, so the user can only run it, that is no user new input allowed. "

thanx for idea,

// maq
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Old   July 11, 2001, 13:59
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Ruben Nicolas Lopez
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hi, I download your demo too, and John C. Chien opinion is correct, your code is interesting and I think many users shall be interested but the demo is very very limited, however a lot of demos can be downloaded from www you could check used criteria in those sites or contact persons with expirience in this "bisnez"

good look

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Old   July 12, 2001, 10:01
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Maciej Matyka
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I understand. Maybe that is point why only 2 peoples at the moment are interested in my code. For a couple of days i will put new version (low limited edition of "Fluid" on my web page. I will send information to Cfd-Online.

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