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CFDStudio

張貼者:2011年4月19日 下午7:49未知的使用者   [ eddie liu 已於 2011年5月10日 下午8:04 更新 ]
CFDStudio是新的集成開發環境(IDE)開發的阿克利,使用安裝在計算流體力學問題。 最初的版本支持ANSWER 和 PORFLOW只,但計劃提供支持其它軟件正在進行中。





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開發商:ACRiCFD
原廠網址:http://acricfd.com/software/CFDStudio/default.htm
更新日期:2011/05/11
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CFDStudio™ is the new Integrated Development Environment (IDE) developed by ACRi, for use in CFD problem setup. The initial release supports ANSWER™ and PORFLOW™ only, but plans of providing support for other software are underway.

In technical terms, CFDStudio™ is a "wysiwyg" (what you see is what you get) type of development environment for CFD applications. That is, as you are setting up a CFD problem, there is never a blind spot, you can always visualize what type of boundary condition you are specifying, and to what region. Any specification that you have provided can be viewed at a later time. Figure 1 shows how easy it is to specify an Inlet at a selected region.

CFDStudio screenshot that shows the Inlet Specification Dialog, with the selected region. The entire development environment uses this point-and-click approach, which flattens the learning curve substantially.

Figure 1. Move mouse over figure to read more about it.

As of their version 5.5 release, ANSWER™ and PORFLOW™ are being distributed with the Beta 2 version of CFDStudio™. If you would like to participate in the beta testing program, please see bothANSWER™ and PORFLOW™ home pages and see which software is more suitable for you.

CFDStudio screenshot. This is postprocessing of a Swirler Profile case.

Figure 2. Move mouse over figure for more information.

CFDStudio™ is written mostly in Java™, hence requires a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to operate. The major advantage of a software written in Java language is that with very minor modifications, the software not only operates, but actually "looks and feels" the same among a multitude of platforms, ranging from Windows to LINUX, and different flavors of UNIX. This is accomplished by running the software on a common platform that sits on top of the Operating System (OS), called the Java Runtime Environment (JRE).





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