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Old   June 27, 2003, 00:53
Default Help for hypersonic gas mixing codes
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I am looking for the sourcecode for calculating two different gas mixing codes,somebody can help me? thanks a lot!
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Old   June 27, 2003, 23:52
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I use CFD-Fastran in my reseach for supersonic and hypersonic flow modelling. For hypersonic flows there is a comprehensive mixing/chemistry module. CFD-Fastran is a commercial code, however, so you will not be able to get the source code. I am also aware of another commercial code called GASP, although I have never tried it. Both of these codes are set apart from standard CFD solvers because they are density based, making them well suited to problems with large density gradients (such as supersonic flow)where pressure based solver will not perform as well.

The fastran website is

www.cfdrc.com

The gasp website is

www.aerosft.com
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Old   June 28, 2003, 03:12
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thanks a lot for your information. But I can't use this software
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