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Old   June 26, 2012, 15:15
Default I want a copy of the code.
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i do have a three-d compressible code, that can work with unstructured grids, but since the code is developed by students like you for their phd the code could be understood as property of that univ. this means that if i wish to show you the code, you can just try to understand that and try to write your own code based on that, you can not use that for calculations, though the code is not documented, (even i am not able to understand that , and i almost never tried to do so also), it will be difficult to understand it, (biggest prob is the person who wrote that died in an accedent, so we can't ask anybody).

but i guess this will be better than nothing, so why domp you drop me an email. i will try to send you the code.
zxaar,

It 's been a long time since you replyed David's question. I was an undergrad in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering in graduate study. Currently I 'm using my advisor's incompressible LES code, and I 'm thinking about changing the current code into a compressible one. I 'm now working on the theoretical side of the thing, but it could be much better if I could use some well developed 3D compressible solver as comparison. So if you don't mind, could you please send me a copy of the 3-D compressible code? What is the programming language used for the code?


Many thanks.

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Why not just use this? It's listed on the cfd-online software page.

http://su2.stanford.edu/

http://www.cfd-online.com/Links/soft.html
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Old   June 26, 2012, 17:59
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Why not just use this? It's listed on the cfd-online software page.

http://su2.stanford.edu/

http://www.cfd-online.com/Links/soft.html

Thanks, Martin. There are really a whole bunch of good stuffs in second link.

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