Insight Numerics in:Flux v1.25 (x64)
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in:Flux is CFD software that analyses ventilations and gas dispersions within complex geometries. It is aimed at all engineers, including those who have never previously performed a CFD themselves. The speed and simplicity of in:Flux is unrivalled, so that organizations such as yours can now carry out CFD modeling at a fraction of the time and cost associated with other CFD products.
Many of the tasks that require a high level of CFD expertise are handled automatically by in:Flux. For example, meshing is entirely automatic - the mesh will refine around geometry and regions of high gradients. Numerical discretization schemes and physical models are all automatically set, as are boundary conditions and convergence criteria. The user is simply required to input the required wind speeds and directions, and point sources of gas emissions and wait for the solution to complete. This level of automation provides assurance of high quality CFD results.
What Makes in:Flux Different?
-It is the only CFD software specifically designed for dispersion and ventilation analyses, eliminating the need of expertise to 'tweak' general purpose codes.
-It can interface directly with many CAD formats (DGN, DWG, DXF, IGES, STEP, OBJ, STL), no approximations are made to the CAD geometry.
-All meshing, boundary conditions, and numerical setup is automated.
-Post-processing visuals can be added after calculations have finished rather than hope planes defined prior to the simulation contain relevant information.
-Once the process is understood, multiple simulations can be set up very quickly. As an example, a knowledgeable user of in:Flux can set up 100 CFD cases in less than 20 minutes.
-Simulations are automatically scheduled, and do not require any interaction or scripting after setup.
-The user interface allows access to all CFD simulations at once, rather than one at a time. This means that post-processing of all simulations can be done without the need for building complex in-house scripts.
OS:Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista SP1 or later / Windows 7 SP1 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 10 (x64)
Minimum Hardware:2.0 GHz or higher with 8GB RAM, integrated graphics, 2GB hard disk space available.
Recommended Hardware: 2.5 GHz and 4 processing cores or more with 16GB RAM, 2GB dedicated graphics, 2GB hard disk space available.
Release Note 1.25:
-The User interface for simulation now streches with the project tree,which is useful to reveal names of simulations
-adgusted the adaption frequensy for stready-state dispersion simulations from every 25 iretation to every 40 iterations
-Updated help file.
-fixed adaption scalars bug where they were not being solver for inflow group simulations.
-loading projects now stops running simulations in the background.
-colormaps modified for globalization
-other minor bug fixes
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