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Old   December 18, 2014, 06:04
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Hi ALL,

I wish to use CUDA solver for my research. Can you please suggest me some articles on these:

1) What are CUDA solvers ?
2) Is it available with the OpenFOAM? How would I install it?
3) Any major difference between CUDA solver results and general results?
4) Can I apply CUDA solvers for biodiesel application? If yes, how would I use the same?

Thanks for your patience. Please help
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Hi,
there are some GPU specific publications that were given on some of the OpenFOAM workshop in the previous years (so follow the links of the older workshops) on
http://www.ofw10.org/

there are some commercial offers
http://speedit.vratis.com/ http://www.fluidyna.com/content/culises

and some threads are in this forum as well
OpenFOAM and CUDA
extend-3.0 cuda installation
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Hi,
there are some GPU specific publications that were given on some of the OpenFOAM workshop in the previous years (so follow the links of the older workshops) on
http://www.ofw10.org/

there are some commercial offers
http://speedit.vratis.com/ http://www.fluidyna.com/content/culises

and some threads are in this forum as well
OpenFOAM and CUDA
extend-3.0 cuda installation
Thanks elvis for the details.
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I don't think I've seen this mentioned yet:

https://code.google.com/p/cufflink-library/
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