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Old   December 19, 2011, 12:58
Default Unofficial builds of OpenFOAM 2.0.x for Windows 32 and 64bits
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In the wake of past efforts (2009 and 2010), blueCAPE is now doing something different for OpenFOAM 2.0, opting to release a build based on 2.0.x code (November 28th 2011). We have also released the modified source code in a dedicated open source project online named blueCFD-SingleCore: http://code.google.com/p/bluecfd-singlecore/
There you will find:
If you wish to support this project, feel free to contact us.

Also, please feel free to comment on the wiki mentioned above or even do what we've done in past years: complete the pages we have already provided at openfoamwiki.net, namely the ones that start at Tip Cross Compiling OpenFOAM in Linux For Windows with MinGW
If you wish to edit our wiki pages, we suggest that (at least for now) you leave a comment on the respective page with a link to the respective page at openfoamwiki.net. This is because Google Code Project Hosting wiki system isn't as open as Mediawiki's.

Disclaimer: blueCAPE Lda is in no way associated with SGI/OpenCFD, nor holds any copyrights over OpenFOAM®. This offering is not approved or endorsed by SGI/OpenCFD, the producer of the OpenFOAM software and owner of the OPENFOAM® and OpenCFD® trade marks. For a more complete disclaimer, please refer to the dedicated page: http://code.google.com/p/bluecfd-sin...iki/Disclaimer
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Old   March 12, 2012, 08:36
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Dear Bruno Santos,
I found the
Special build of enGrid 1.3.0 x86_64. I downloaded and ran the file. But I got error message.

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Running the program is impossible, since the computer does not have QtGui4.dll. Try to reinstall the program.
How should I run or install?
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Old   March 12, 2012, 08:46
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Greetings Min Thaw Tun,

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Dear Bruno Santos,
I found the
Special build of enGrid 1.3.0 x86_64. I downloaded and ran the file. But I got error message.

Code:
Running the program is impossible, since the computer does not have QtGui4.dll. Try to reinstall the program.
How should I run or install?
I haven't had time to document this at enGrid's wiki, but basically that is a special build of enGrid which relies on the respective architecture version of ParaView 3.12.0 to be installed as well. If you have installed blueCFD-SingleCore, you can follow the instructions for ParaView: http://code.google.com/p/bluecfd-sin...Guide#ParaView - and adapt similar instructions for enGrid as well.

Either way, the official installer of enGrid is accessible from enGrid's wiki.

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Old   March 12, 2012, 10:44
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Dear Bruno Santos,
I followed your instructions and it works for official installer of enGrid. When Special Build of enGrid is extracted, I found
Folder 1. blender_scripts
Folder 2. tutorials
File 1. engrid.exe
File 2. libengrid.dll
File 3. nglib.dll
File 3. license.txt
and two website shortcut. The quantity of files are much fewer than the official ones. So I copied the other files from the offical ones and pasted to Special Building Folder. But still getting error!! Hope you could fix this!!!

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Error at startup when the application starts (0hs000007b). To exit the application, click "OK."
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Old   March 12, 2012, 12:02
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Dear Min Thaw Tun,

You went the wrong way

It's simple:
  • The official enGrid installer works on its own and doesn't need anything else to be done to it.
  • The special build available at blueCFD-SingleCore is meant to be used with ParaView 3.12.0 and not with the official enGrid installer.
    If you want to, you copy those files from the special build into ParaView's "bin" folder!
Best regards,
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Old   March 13, 2012, 04:48
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Dear Min Thaw Tun,

You went the wrong way

It's simple:
  • The official enGrid installer works on its own and doesn't need anything else to be done to it.
  • The special build available at blueCFD-SingleCore is meant to be used with ParaView 3.12.0 and not with the official enGrid installer.
    If you want to, you copy those files from the special build into ParaView's "bin" folder!
Best regards,
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Thanks a lot Bruno

Now I got it. By the way the enGird supports for OpenFoam 1.5. Dose it support for OpenFoam 2.1 ??
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Thanks a lot Bruno

Now I got it. By the way the enGird supports for OpenFoam 1.5. Dose it support for OpenFoam 2.1 ??
Honestly, I haven't done thorough tests to confirm what the limitations or problems are. AFAIK, it's able to export and import OpenFOAM meshes. As for interaction with the solvers, I simply don't know because I haven't tested.
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