nanoFluidX 1.4 available now


nanoFluidX 1.4 available now

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FluiDyna GmbH has released version 1.4 of its Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) code nanoFluidX with a number of new features which make the code faster, more stable and far more capable than the 1.0 release.

New features include: load-balancing for dynamic distribution of computational effort among available GPUs, leading to better efficiency and increasing performance; viscosity-temperature dependency models for thermally dynamic environments where fluid viscosities are a strong function of temperature and inlet/outlet boundary conditions which now significantly simplify treatment of certain types of flows and cases. In addition to this, there are also convenient additions such as the restart option, direct mass flow output (across a prescribed surface), variable body force for simulations of various acceleration-related cases and rigid body motion, which now allows for simulations of floating rigid bodies.

All of these are closely followed by new developments in Altair's HyperMesh and SimLab which allow you for lightning fast preprocessing and great user experience. Furthermore, new multi-threaded SPH post-processing capabilities of ParaView 5.0.1 (beta) are making nanoFluidX data analysis a breeze.

The new nanoFluidX 1.4 is out! If you are interested in simulating complex geometries or violent multi-phase flows, please do not hesitate to contact us and see how much benefits nanoFluidX can bring to your design process.