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Old   July 12, 2008, 17:05
Default CellFlow
Gerard Westendorp
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I developped a free open source CFD program, called 'CellFLow', which is available at:

I use it myself for reactor design, mainly in 2 dimensions. But it can also do 3D, and even 4D. I thought it would be cool to allow dimensions >3, to see if the Navier Stokes equations do something unexpected. I get the feeling that the energy cascade is more dramatically to the smaller scales in 4D, but I can't prove it yet.


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