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GeekoCFD: doing CFD with chameleon as friend
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Ames, Iowa, United States
Posts: 1,907Rep Power: 27
I prepared a distribution based on openSUSE, with some of the most popular open source tools for CFD and computational activities.
Three formats are available:
You find the list of the included applications here
and more information on the latest release here
At the moment the distribution is only available via SUSE Gallery, which means you need an account there to be able to download the image (waiting for approval of trademark redistribution from openSUSE, since this project is meant also as a promotional initiative of openSUSE, who provided the infrastructure, and quite some help to realize it).
As said in the post on my blog, I have a few invites for SUSE Studio / Gallery remaining. If someone is willing to test, please let me know.
GeekoCFD - A free distribution based on openSUSE 64 bit with CFD tools, including OpenFOAM. Available as in both physical and virtual formats.
OpenQBMM - An open-source implementation of quadrature-based moment methods.
To obtain more accurate answers, please specify the version of OpenFOAM you are using.
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