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Old   February 23, 1999, 17:28
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Does any body know where can I get 2d source code(free) for solving navier-stokes equation on unstructured meshes (FV)? Thanks a lot!
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Old   February 24, 1999, 08:00
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Heinz Wilkening
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you could have a lock at Mohammadi's code NSC2KE. Source-code and manual download by anonymous ftp from under pub. Addiational information in: B. Mohammadi, O. Pironneau Unsteady separated turbulent flows computation with wall-laws and k-epsilon model Comput. Methods Appl. Mech Engrg 148 (1997) pp. 393-405

If this does not satisfy you may could maybe get our own developed code REACFLOW, which is a 2-D/3-D unstructured CFD-Code for chemical reactive flows and more.

Ciao Heinz
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Old   March 11, 1999, 05:41
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hadi golestani
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Old   March 17, 1999, 11:06
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if u need it .. i also search about it... u wiil find in 1- under Resources... 2- 3- or search for public domain in CFD in Unstructured GG in any search web site...

if u have any thing please contanct me , and if u havn't also contact me...

i'll wait ur response

Eng. Farran
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