Virtual Marine Arsenal

Finite Volume Method

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Adina CFD

General Purpose CFD | RANS-URANS | Hex Dominant | FEM | FVM

Adina CFD program provides finite element and control volume capabilities for incompressible and compressible flows. The flows may contain free surfaces and moving interfaces between fluids, and between fluids and structures. An arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (ALE) formulation is used.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
  • Windows
  • Unix
License: Commercial Visit Website

Adina System

Multiphysics | Open Cascade | Parasolid | FEM | FVM

Adina System for is linear and nonlinear finite element analysis of solids and structures, heat transfer, CFD and electromagnetics. Adina also offers a comprehensive array of multiphysics capabilities including fluid-structure interaction and thermo-mechanical coupling.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
  • Windows
  • Unix
License: Commercial Visit Website

CFD++

General Purpose CFD | RANS-URANS | LES-DES | FVM

CFD++ can be used to simulate compressible and incompressible fluids and flows, unsteady and steady flows, large range of speed regimes including low speeds through subsonic, transonic, supersonic and hypersonic speeds, laminar and turbulent flows, various equations of state.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
  • MacOS
  • Windows
  • Unix
License: Commercial Visit Website

EllipSys

Special Purpose CFD | RANS-URANS | FVM

The EllipSys3D code is a multiblock finite volume discretization of the incompressible Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations in general curvilinear coordinates. It is developed in co-operation between the Department of Mechanical Engineering at DTU and The Department of Wind Energy at Risø National Laboratory. The solver has been developed for wind turbines.

License: Unknown Visit Website

Finflo

General Purpose CFD | RANS-URANS | FVM

Finflo is a Navier-Stokes solver capable of handling incompressible and compressible flow, i.e. subsonic, transonic and supersonic flows. The code is based on a structured multiblock grid topology. The Reynolds-averaged thin-layer Navier-Stokes equations are solved by a Finite-Volume method.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
License: Commercial Visit Website

Flow3D

Multiphysics | RANS-URANS | LES-DES | FVM

Flow-3D is a multi-physics computational fluid dynamics package and provides an insight into many physical flow processes, including solutions coupled to thermal energy transfer, 6-degree of freedom fluid-solid interaction, and mechanical and thermal stress analysis. Flow-3D is an all-inclusive package from setup to simulation to post-processing. No additional modules are necessary.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
  • Windows
License: Commercial Visit Website

Multiphysics | RANS-URANS | LES-DES | DNS | Linear | Nonlinear | FVM | LSM | VOF

Previously known as OpenFOAM-dev and OpenFOAM-extend, the foam-extend project is a fork of the OpenFOAM open source library for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).

It contains bug fixes and performance improvements, as well as extensions and additional features provided by community contributors such as dynamic mesh and topological change support, turbomachinery extensions including general grid interpolation (GGI), cyclic GGI and mixing plane, block-coupled matrix support, implicitly coupled conjugate heat transfer and other physics coupling, finite area method, comprehensive dynamic mesh (motion and topological changes) capability and GPU support.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
License: Open Source

Fresco+

CFD for Ship Resistance | CFD for Ship Motions and Maneuvering | Propellers | RANS-URANS | FVM

FreSCo+ is a Free Surface RANS code for maritime applications such as; wave resistance predictions, ship wake predictions, ship dynamic behavior in waves, maneuvering predictions, and propeller flows incl. cavitation.

Operating System(s):
  • Windows
License: Commercial Visit Website

General Purpose CFD | LES-DES | DNS | FVM

Gerris is a software program for the solution of the partial differential equations describing fluid flow. It is a tree-based adaptive solver for the incompressible Euler equations in complex geometries.

Gerris was developed from scratch by Stéphane Popinet starting in 2001. The first version was released as GPL-licensed code in September 2001. Gerris is not an adaptation of any previous existing code.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
  • MacOS
License: Open Source

Special Purpose CFD | LES-DES | FVM

HiFiLES (High Fidelity Large Eddy Simulation) is a high-order LES solver developed in the Aerospace Computing Laboratory (ACL) at Stanford University. It is written in C++. The code uses the MPI protocol to run on multiple processors and CUDA to harness GPU performance.

High-order numerical schemes have the potential to advance CFD beyond the current plateau of second-order methods and RANS turbulence modeling, ushering in new levels of accuracy and computational efficiency in turbulent flow simulations.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
License: Open Source

NavyFOAM

CFD for Ship Resistance | CFD for Ship Motions and Maneuvering | RANS-URANS | LES-DES | FVM | VOF

NavyFOAM is an OpenFOAM derivative specially tailored and customized for broad range of hydrodynamic studies by  NSWCCD for use on US Government projects and the code is not being redistributed. It possibly contains some new schemes and models mainly for VOF. The hydrodynamic interests are powering, propulsion, propulsor inflow, maneuvering and seakeeping computations.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
License: Unknown

NFA

CFD for Ship Resistance | CFD for Ship Motions and Maneuvering | LES-DES | FVM

NFA (Numerical Flow Analysis) is a fortran code and solves the Navier-Stokes equations utilizing a Cartesian grid cut-cell formulation with a second-order accurate, volume-of-fluid (VOF) interface-capturing technique to model the unsteady flow of air and water around moving bodies.

Turbulence is modeled with an implicit subgrid-scale model that is built into the treatment of the convective terms in the momentum equations. A domain decomposition method is used to distribute portions of the solution domain over a large number of processors.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
License: Unknown

General Purpose CFD | RANS-URANS | LES-DES | DNS | FVM | VOF

The OpenFOAM (Open Field Operation and Manipulation) CFD Toolbox is a free, open source CFD software package which has a large user base across most areas of engineering and science, from both commercial and academic organisations.

OpenFOAM has an extensive range of features to solve anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and heat transfer, to solid dynamics and electromagnetics.

Operating System(s):
  • Linux
License: Open Source
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