https://www.cfd-online.com/W/index.php?title=Special:Contributions/Aravindagrawal&feed=atom&limit=50&target=Aravindagrawal&year=&month=CFD-Wiki - User contributions [en]2017-02-28T05:40:08ZFrom CFD-WikiMediaWiki 1.16.5https://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2016-07-19T06:27:58Z<p>Aravindagrawal: </p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
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The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
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There are two versions of the program: SSIIM 1 uses a structured grid and SSIIM 2 uses an unstructured grid. SSIIM 1 is easier to use and the grid is simpler. It is recommended to start with this version. If wetting/drying is to be modelled, it is necessary to use SSIIM 2. Otherwise, SSIIM 1 is recommended. The User's Manual gives more information about the versions. <br />
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SSIIM have capability of modelling the sediment transport with moveable bed in complex geometry.It also includes multiple sediment sizes, bed load and suspended load, bed forms etc. <br />
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It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). <br />
<br />
Many students of Dr. Nils, from all around the world, have used this program for there masters and doctoral thesis on sedimentation. Some of thesis works are also available over net.Many practical sedimentation problems have been successfully analysed using this software all around the world. Even in international dispute resolution mechanism, help of SSIIM has been taken. SSIIM is constantly being updated by Dr.Nils. More can be read over: http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/<br />
Program can be freely downloaded from : http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/ssiim/</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2011-12-06T16:29:41Z<p>Aravindagrawal: </p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
<br />
The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
<br />
There are two versions of the program: SSIIM 1 uses a structured grid and SSIIM 2 uses an unstructured grid. SSIIM 1 is easier to use and the grid is simpler. It is recommended to start with this version. If wetting/drying is to be modelled, it is necessary to use SSIIM 2. Otherwise, SSIIM 1 is recommended. The User's Manual gives more information about the versions. <br />
<br />
SSIIM have capability of modelling the sediment transport with moveable bed in complex geometry.It also includes multiple sediment sizes, bed load and suspended load, bed forms etc. <br />
<br />
It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). <br />
<br />
Many students of Dr. Nils, from all around the world, have used this program for there masters and doctoral thesis on sedimentation. Some of thesis works are also available over net.Many practical sedimentation problems have been successfully analysed using this software all around the world. SSIIM is constantly being updated by Dr.NilsAlso More can be read over: http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/<br />
Program can be freely downloaded from : http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/ssiim/</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2011-12-06T16:20:04Z<p>Aravindagrawal: One para have been added</p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
<br />
The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
<br />
There are two versions of the program: SSIIM 1 uses a structured grid and SSIIM 2 uses an unstructured grid. SSIIM 1 is easier to use and the grid is simpler. It is recommended to start with this version. If wetting/drying is to be modelled, it is necessary to use SSIIM 2. Otherwise, SSIIM 1 is recommended. The User's Manual gives more information about the versions. <br />
<br />
SSIIM have capability of modelling the sediment transport with moveable bed in complex geometry.It also includes multiple sediment sizes, bed load and suspended load, bed forms etc. <br />
<br />
It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). Many students of Dr. Nils, from all around the world, have used and presently also using this program. In addition of it for many practical problems program have been successfully used. SSIIM is constantly being updated by Dr.Nils. <br />
<br />
Many sedimentation problems have been analysed using this software all around the world. Also number of thesis on sedimentation taking the help of this CFD program are also available over net.<br />
More can be read over : http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/<br />
Program can be '''free'''ly '''download'''ed from : http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/ssiim/</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2008-07-28T03:58:23Z<p>Aravindagrawal: </p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
<br />
The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
<br />
There are two versions of the program: SSIIM 1 uses a structured grid and SSIIM 2 uses an unstructured grid. SSIIM 1 is easier to use and the grid is simpler. It is recommended to start with this version. If wetting/drying is to be modelled, it is necessary to use SSIIM 2. Otherwise, SSIIM 1 is recommended. The User's Manual gives more information about the versions. <br />
<br />
It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).<br />
<br />
Many sedimentation problems have been analysed using this software all around the world. Also number of thesis on sedimentation taking the help of this CFD program are also available over net.<br />
More can be read over : http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/<br />
Program can be '''free'''ly '''download'''ed from : http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/ssiim/</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2008-07-28T03:55:15Z<p>Aravindagrawal: </p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
<br />
The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
<br />
There are two versions of the program: SSIIM 1 uses a structured grid and SSIIM 2 uses an unstructured grid. SSIIM 1 is easier to use and the grid is simpler. It is recommended to start with this version. If wetting/drying is to be modelled, it is necessary to use SSIIM 2. Otherwise, SSIIM 1 is recommended. The User's Manual gives more information about the versions. <br />
<br />
It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).<br />
<br />
Many sedimentation problems have been analysed using this software all around the world. Also number of thesis on sedimentation taking the help of this CFD program are also available over net.<br />
More can be read over and also program can be freely downloaded from http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2008-07-28T03:52:58Z<p>Aravindagrawal: </p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
<br />
The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
<br />
There are two versions of the program: SSIIM 1 uses a structured grid and SSIIM 2 uses an unstructured grid. SSIIM 1 is easier to use and the grid is simpler. It is recommended to start with this version. If wetting/drying is to be modelled, it is necessary to use SSIIM 2. Otherwise, SSIIM 1 is recommended. The User's Manual gives more information about the versions. <br />
<br />
It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).<br />
<br />
Many sedimentation problems have been analysed using this software all around the world. Also number of thesis on sedimentation taking the help of this CFD program are also available over net.<br />
More can be read over and also program can be downloaded from http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2007-06-25T15:34:41Z<p>Aravindagrawal: </p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
<br />
The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
<br />
It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).<br />
<br />
Many sedimentation problems have been analysed using this software all around the world. Also number of thesis on sedimentation taking the help of this CFD program are also available over net.<br />
More can be read over and also program can be downloaded from http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/User:AravindagrawalUser:Aravindagrawal2007-05-31T03:49:55Z<p>Aravindagrawal: New page: Aravind Agrawal Central Water Commission, India</p>
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<div>Aravind Agrawal<br />
Central Water Commission, India</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2007-05-31T03:48:12Z<p>Aravindagrawal: </p>
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<div>'''SSIIM''' is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It solves the Navier-Stokes equations using the control volume method with the SIMPLE algorithm and the k-epsilon turbulence model. It also solves the convection-diffusion equation for sediment transport, using Van Rijn's formula for the bed boundary. Also, a water quality module is included. The program is not made for the marine environment, and it can not compute any effects of stratification due to salinity gradients.<br />
<br />
The program has an interactive graphical grid editor creating a structured grid. The post-processor includes vector graphics, contour plots, profiles etc. which can run simultaneously with the solver, enabling viewing of intermediate result. A post-processor viewing coloured surfaces in 3D is also made, as a separate program. <br />
<br />
It is developed by '''Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen''', Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).<br />
<br />
Many sedimentation problems have been analysed using this software all around the world. Also number of thesis on sedimentation taking the help of this CFD program are also available over net.</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/SSIIMSSIIM2007-05-30T08:33:46Z<p>Aravindagrawal: New page: SSIIM is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It is developed by Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen, Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available...</p>
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<div>SSIIM is acronym for Sediment Simulation in Intakes with Multiblock Option. It is developed by Dr. Nils Reider B. Olsen, Professor at NTNU, Norway and complete software is freely available over net with user manual. The program is a stepping stone in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).<br />
Many sedimentation problems have been analysed using this software all around the world. Also number of thesis on sedimentation taking the help of this CFD program are also available over net.</div>Aravindagrawalhttps://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/CodesCodes2007-05-30T08:29:40Z<p>Aravindagrawal: /* Solvers */</p>
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<div>An overview of both free and commercial CFD software.<br />
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== Free codes ==<br />
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This section lists codes that are in the public domain, and codes that are available under GPL, BSD or similar licenses.<br />
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=== Solvers ===<br />
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*[[ADFC]] -- [http://adfc.sourceforge.net/index.html ADFC homepage]<br />
*[[Diagonalized Upwind Navier Stokes]] -- [http://duns.sourceforge.net DUNS homepage]<br />
*[[Dolfyn]] -- [http://www.dolfyn.net/dolfyn/index_en.html dolfyn homepage]<br />
*[[Edge]] -- [http://www.edge.foi.se/ Edge homepage]<br />
*[[ELMER]] -- [http://www.csc.fi/elmer/ ELMER homepage]<br />
*[[Featflow]] -- [http://www.featflow.de Featflow homepage]<br />
*[[Femwater]] -- [http://www.cee.odu.edu/model/femwater.php Femwater code]<br />
*[[FreeFEM]] -- [http://www.freefem.org FreeFEM homepage]<br />
*[[Gerris Flow Solver]] -- [http://gfs.sourceforge.net/ Gerris Flow Solver homepage]<br />
*[[IMTEK Mathematica Supplement (IMS)]] -- [http://www.imtek.uni-freiburg.de/simulation/mathematica/IMSweb/ IMTEK Mathematica Supplement (IMS) homepage]<br />
*[[iNavier]] -- [http://inavier.sourceforge.net/ iNavier Solver Home Page]<br />
*[[MFIX]] -- [http://www.mfix.org Computational multiphase flow homepage]<br />
*[[NaSt2D-2.0]] -- [http://home.arcor.de/drklaus.bauerfeind/nast/eNaSt2D.html NaSt2D-2.0 homepage]<br />
*[[NSC2KE]] -- [http://www-rocq1.inria.fr/gamma/cdrom/www/nsc2ke/eng.htm NSC2KE homepage]<br />
*[[OpenFlower]] -- [http://sourceforge.net/projects/openflower/ OpenFlower homepage]<br />
*[[OpenFOAM]] -- [http://www.openfoam.org/ OpenFOAM homepage]<br />
*[[OpenFVM]] -- [http://openfvm.sourceforge.net/ OpenFVM homepage]<br />
*[[PETSc-FEM]] -- [http://www.cimec.org.ar/petscfem PETSc-FEM homepage]<br />
*[[PP3D]] -- [http://www.featflow.de/ parpp3d++ homepage]<br />
*[[SLFCFD]] -- [http://slfcfd.sourceforge.net SLFCFD homepage]<br />
*[[SSIIM]] -- [http://folk.ntnu.no/nilsol/cfd/ CFD at NTNU]<br />
*[[Tochnog]] -- [http://tochnog.sourceforge.net Tochnog homepage]<br />
*[[Typhon solver]] -- [http://typhon.sf.net Typhon solver homepage]<br />
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=== Grid generation ===<br />
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*[[Delaundo]] -- [http://www.cerfacs.fr/~muller/delaundo.html Dalaundo homepage]<br />
*[[GMSH]] -- [http://www.geuz.org/gmsh/ GMSH hompage]<br />
*[[NETGEN]] -- [http://www.hpfem.jku.at/netgen/ NETGEN homepage]<br />
*[[SALOME]] -- [http://www.salome-platform.org SALOME homepage]<br />
*[[TETGEN]] -- [http://tetgen.berlios.de/ TETGEN hompage]<br />
*[[Triangle]] -- [http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~quake/triangle.html Trangle homepage]<br />
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=== Visualization ===<br />
*[[DISLIN]] -- [http://www.mps.mpg.de/dislin/server.html DISLIN homepage]<br />
*[[GMV]] -- [http://www-xdiv.lanl.gov/XCM/gmv/ GMV homepage]<br />
*[[Gnuplot]] -- [http://www.gnuplot.info/ gnuplot homepage]<br />
*[[GRI]] -- [http://gri.sourceforge.net/ GRI homepage]<br />
*[[Mayavi]] -- [http://mayavi.sourceforge.net/ MayaVi homepage]<br />
*[[OpenDX]] <br />
*[[ParaView]] -- [http://www.paraview.org/HTML/Index.html ParaView homepage]<br />
*[[Tioga]] -- [http://www.kitp.ucsb.edu/~paxton/tioga.html Tioga homepage]<br />
*[[Vigie]] -- [http://www-sop.inria.fr/sinus/Softs/vigie.html Vigie homepage]<br />
*[[Visit]]<br />
*[[vtk]] -- [http://www.vtk.org vtk homepage]<br />
*[[vtk.Net]] -- [http://vtkdotnet.sourceforge.net/ vtk.Net homepage]<br />
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=== Miscellaneous ===<br />
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*[[Engauge Digitizer]]<br />
*[[Ftnchek]]<br />
*[[g3data]] -- [http://www.frantz.fi/index.php?page=software g3data homepage]<br />
*[[GIFMerge]] -- [http://www.the-labs.com/GIFMerge/ GIFMerge homepage]<br />
*[[Gifsicle]]<br />
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== Commercial codes ==<br />
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=== Solvers ===<br />
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*[[AcuSolve]] -- [http://www.acusim.com/ ACUSIM Software's homepage]<br />
*[[ADINA-F]] -- [http://www.adina.com/index.html ADINA's homepage]<br />
*[[ADINA-FSI]] -- [http://www.adina.com/index.html ADINA's homepage]<br />
*[[ANSWER]] -- [http://www.acricfd.com/ ACRi's homepage]<br />
*[http://www.cfd-online.com/W/index.php?title=CFD%2B%2B CFD++] -- [http://www.metacomptech.com Metacomp Techonlogies' homepage]<br />
*[[CFD2000]] -- [http://www.adaptive-research.com/ Adaptive Research's homepage]<br />
*[[CFD-FASTRAN]] -- [http://www.esi-group.com/SimulationSoftware/advanced.html ESI Group's homepage]<br />
*[[CFD-ACE]] -- [http://www.esi-group.com/SimulationSoftware/advanced.html ESI Group's homepage]<br />
*[[CFdesign]] -- [http://www.cfdesign.com CFdesign's homepage]<br />
*[[CFX]] -- [http://www.ansys.com/ Ansys' homepage]<br />
*[[EFD]] -- [http://www.nika.biz/ NIKA's homepage]<br />
*[[FENSAP-ICE]] -- [http://www.newmerical.com/ NTI' homepage]<br />
*[[FINE]] -- [http://www.numeca.be/ Numeca's homepage]<br />
*[[FIRE]] -- [http://www.avl.com/ AVL's homepage]<br />
*[[FLACS]] -- [http://www.gexcon.com/index.php?src=flacs/overview.html GexCon's homepage]<br />
*[[FLOW-3D]] -- [http://www.flow3d.com/ Flow Science's homepage]<br />
*[[FLOWVISION]] -- [http://www.fv-tech.com FlowVision's homepage]<br />
*[[FLUENT]] -- [http://www.fluent.com Fluent's homepage]<br />
*[[FluSol]] -- [http://www.cfd-rocket.com FluSol's hompage]*[[J-FLO]] -- [http://www.newmerical.com NTI's homepage]<br />
*[[Flowz]]--[http://www.zeusnumerix.com Zeus Numerix's homepage ]<br />
*[[KINetics Reactive Flows]] -- [http://www.ReactionDesign.com Reaction Design's homepage]<br />
*[[KIVA]]--[http://www.lanl.gov/orgs/t/t3/codes/kiva.shtml Los Alamos homepage]<br />
*[[NOGRID FPM]] -- [http://www.no-grid.com NOGRIDS's homepage]<br />
*[[PHOENICS]] -- [http://www.cham.co.uk CHAM's homepage]<br />
*[[SPLASH]] -- [http://www.panix.com/~brosen SPLASH's homepage]<br />
*[[STAR-CD]] -- [http://www.cd-adapco.com CD-adapco's homepage]<br />
*[[STAR-CCMplus]] -- [http://www.cd-adapco.com CD-adapco's homepage]<br />
*[[Turb'Flow]] -- [http://www.fluorem.com Fluorem's hompage]<br />
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=== Grid generation ===<br />
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*[[ADINA-AUI]] -- [http://www.adina.com/index.html ADINA's homepage]<br />
*[[CFD-GEOM]] -- [http://www.esi-group.com/ ESI's homepage]<br />
*[[CFD-VISCART]] -- [http://www.esi-group.com/ ESI's homepage]<br />
*[[CFDExpert-GridZ ]] --[http://www.zeusnumerix.com/ Zeus Numerix's homepage]<br />
*[[Gridgen]] -- [http://www.pointwise.com/ Pointwise's homepage]<br />
*[[GridPro]] -- [http://www.gridpro.com/ PDC's homepage]<br />
*[[Harpoon]] -- [http://www.ensight.com/ CEI's homepage]<br />
*[[ICEM CFD ]] -- [http://www.ansys.com/ ANSYS' homepage]<br />
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=== Visualization ===<br />
<br />
*[[ADINA-AUI]] -- [http://www.adina.com/index.html ADINA's homepage]<br />
*[[CFD-VIEW]] -- [http://www.esi-group.com/ ESI's homepage]<br />
*[[CFX-Post]] -- [http://www.ansys.com/ ANSYS' homepage]<br />
*[[COVISE]] -- [http://www.visenso.de/ Visenso's homepage]<br />
*[[EnSight]] -- [http://www.ensight.com/ CEI's homepage]<br />
*[[Fieldview]] -- [http://www.ilight.com/ Intelligent Light's homepage]<br />
*[[Tecplot]] -- [http://www.tecplot.com/ Tecplot's homepage]<br />
*[[ViewZ]] -- [http://www.zeusnumerix.com/ Zeus Numerix's homepage]<br />
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=== Systems ===<br />
<br />
*[[ADINA]] -- [http://www.adina.com/index.html ADINA's homepage]<br />
*[[Flownex]] -- [http://www.flownex.com/ Flownex's homepage]<br />
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== Online tools and services ==<br />
<br />
*[[CFDNet]] -- [http://www.cfdnet.com/ CFDNet homepage]</div>Aravindagrawal