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Old   April 26, 2011, 16:08
Default New software for simulating laminar flows
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Hello,

I have developed a code to simulate laminar flows.

This software uses a finite difference method. More precisely, it uses the MAC (Marker and Cell) algorithm.
It is intended to use for academic purposes, or for solving non-complicated flows.

The tests I have used for validating this software is the typical "Lid driven cavity" for for some Reynolds numbers.

In the link of above, you can navigate and see some examples of the use of this software.

Right now, I have not included a help file, but in a future version of the software I will try to include it.

Anyway, I will be glad to answer questions, sugestions, and/or requests for help when trying to use it.

You can have a look at it at the following link
https://sites.google.com/site/hector...amics/software

As mentioned before, any doubt / question you have, let me know.

Best regards,
Hector.
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Hi again.

I have uploaded a new version of the software, since there was a little bug with the import method.

I have also uploaded a little user guide of the software.
Hopefully this user guide helps to understand how this software works.

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