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Code_Saturne solves the Navier-Stokes equations for 2D, 2D-axisymmetric and 3D flows, steady or unsteady, laminar or turbulent, incompressible or weakly dilatable, isothermal or not, with scalars transport if required.
Several turbulence models are available, from Reynolds-Averaged models to Large-Eddy Simulation models. In addition, a number of specific physical models are also available as "modules": gas, coal and heavy-fuel oil combustion, semi-transparent radiative transfer, particle-tracking with Lagrangian modeling, Joule effect, electrics arcs, weakly compressible flows, atmospheric flows, rotor/stator interaction for hydraulic machines.
Code_Saturne is an open source CFD software.
Please vote for the best poster.
Based around the general CFD solver, Code_Saturne, and the suite of pre and post-processing tools, SALOME, the course covers:
- Fundamentals of CFD and recommended best practices for CFD analysis
- Presentation of the chain of open-source tools to carry out a full CFD analysis:
- Setting up a physical and numerical model and solving
- Visualisation and analysis
- Practical application tutorial
The objective of the course is to enable participants to undertake a complete CFD cycle, from CAD generation to results analysis using the following open source software:
- SALOME - geometry generation, meshing, results visualisation and analysis
- Code_Saturne - simulating the fluid flow and heat transfer
Registration for the annual Code_Saturne User Meeting to be held on 21 April 2017 in the AZUR Building at the EDF Lab Paris-Saclay (France), 7 Boulevard Gaspard Monge, Palaiseau, is now closed.
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The 2016 Hands-on Tutorial on CFD using Code_Saturne will take place on 4-6 October 2016, at the Hartree CECAM Node, STFC Daresbury Laboratory, UK
Full details can be found here: https://eventbooking.stfc.ac.uk/news-events/codesaturne
The best poster of 2016 Code_Saturne user meeting was presented by Pierre Cantin.