bjorn.bergqvist at gmail.com
Sat Mar 24 12:50:22 EDT 2007
This is probably not the right forum for this.
OpenFOAM is quite usable. There is a java interface for setting up a
problem so it could be done with relatively little pain.
I haven't done any benchmarks so I don't know they compare with
commercial solvers in that respect.
I tested Gerris Flow solver 2 years ago and then I was only able to
run a predefined case.
On 3/23/07, gga <ggarra at advancedsl.com.ar> wrote:
> Björn Bergqvist wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm writing a small program for creation of 3d-meshes for use in
> > calculation of flow.
> > So if anyone want to look at a fxruby-application have a look at:
> > http://www.discretizer.org
> > Regards
> > Björn Bergqvist
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> Hey, that looks pretty good. I'll be playing with it.
> I'll also admit not being aware of those two open source CFD solvers.
> May I ask you your opinion on them (what's bad/good about them?)?
> Gonzalo Garramuño
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