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Oliver Breitfeld July 12, 1999 07:53

CFD for Linux?
 
Hello,

Does anyone know where to get a CFD code for Linux operating system?

reyman July 12, 1999 08:35

Re: CFD for Linux?
 
I believe that Fluent has a version for Linux. I would also tend to believe that most of the commerical ventures have a version of their software available for Linux. On the other hand, a number of programs that run in Unix will run in Linux as well so you may want to try this first since you can use your own code or surely get a 1-D or 2-D solver, Fortran perhaps, for free from the internet.

Michael July 12, 1999 11:28

Re: CFD for Linux?
 
There's a CFD-code called COMET, where a version for Linux is available. See http://www.iccm.de for more details.

Gregory Failla July 12, 1999 11:53

Re: CFD for Linux?
 
Hello,

The general purpose CFD package STAR-CD is available on Linux. You can contact Computational Dynamics in London for more details (www.cd.co.uk).

Sung-Eun Kim July 12, 1999 13:58

Re: CFD for Linux?
 
Linux version of FLUENT 5 has been beta tested and will be officially released very very soon. Please contact Fluent office in U.K. for details.


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