Software for electromagnetic simulation
MaxFem is an open software package for electromagnetic simulation by using finite element methods. The package can solve problems in electrostatics, direct current, magnetostatics and eddy-currents. We have moved the installers to the MaxFEM website (see below). In order to improve MaxFEM, we will require you to fill out a simple form before downloading them.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver aimed to solve multi-physics problems on unstructured grids (inviscid Euler, Navier-Stokes flows, Heat transfer). F90 based. MPI, cgns, Metis libraries used.
An extension of Code_Aster to add multilingual support to it's varying GUI interfaces included in the default package. Eventually, we also intend to extend Code_Aster by contributing command file templates and extending the analysis abilities.
Sound Propagation and Acoustic Radiation of Turbomachines - Aeroacoustic Noise Suppression Project : A CFD-like CAA code for predicting turbomachines noise.
open source Aerodynamics and 3-D CFD software (RANS, VLES, DNS) for compressible turbulent flows: 1.0.2 version with GUI (mar 2012)
A 2-D inviscid flow and adjoint solver on unstructured triangular grids. It makes use of a vertex-centroid finite volume scheme which is second order accurate. The adjoint solver is developed using the automatic differentiation tool called TAPENADE. Code has been moved to https://github.com/cpraveen/euler2d
CFDtools is a set of libraries to manage data format for CFD (mesh/grid and flow data). It provides additional tools for development of simulations softwares.
HYP CFD is a structured, 3-D Navier-Stokes, MPI parallel multi-block computational fluid dynamics program for fluid thermophysics research, and high speed aerospace vehicle and propulsion applications.
Visual FUPROLAN (Futured Programming language )Is a programming language for programming in multiple paradigms, such procedural programming, object-oriented programming, and generic programming. But which is characterized by a clear syntax, rigorous and
python library for shock response spectrum (SRS) analysis.
The shock response spectrum (SRS) allows to estimate transient acceleration signals in terms of a maximum response of a dynamic vibration system. Its origin probably dates from civil engineering and the problem of seismic excitations, i.e. earthquake response of buildings, see Clough Penzien 1975. The SRS is a spectrum, i.e. a curve giving the maximum acceleration response depending on frequency. It is derived from a 1-mass-spring-damper vibration system being excited by a base excitation, i.e. an acceleration. freesrs calculates the shock response spectrum (SRS) and is a small library with Python and Fortran files. The Fortran files consist of • SmallwoodFilter.f and • GenShockTimeHistories.f They are linked to Python by using the comfortable f2py tool. Latest version is 1.1.1, including now the ability to perform a full install via setup.py.
i-CONS is a 2D and 3D finite volumes multigrid solver of compressible turbulent Navier-Stokes equations, incorporating several turbulence models, algebraic to LES, including one-equation, two-equation K-epsilon and K-Omega, Reynolds stresses modeling.