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3 Forks

There is a number of different flavours of OpenFOAM that are all based on the original FOAM-code. They are listed here in the order they were added to this page.

3.1 OpenFOAM (Foundation)

OpenFOAM by the OpenFOAM foundation

3.2 OpenFOAM+

OpenFOAM+ by the ESI-OpenCFD

3.3 Foam-extend

Foam-extend has a number of additional community-contributed features. A collection of fork-specific documentation is here on the Wiki

3.4 Other

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4 Learn

4.1 Training
4.2 Tutorials
4.3 Unofficial User Guides


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7.1 Contrib gdbOF

gdbOF is an attachable to GNU debugger (gdb) tool that includes macros to debug OpenFOAM's solvers and applications in an easier way.

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10 Legal

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12 News

12.1 1st preCICE Workshop

Date: 2020/02/17 Location: Technical University of Munich, Germany

Join the 1st international preCICE Workshop at the Technical University of Munich, Germany on February 17-18, 2020 to learn how to couple OpenFOAM with other solvers and frameworks (including CalculiX, FEniCS, deal.II, and more) and discuss about partitioned Fluid-Structure Interaction, Conjugate Heat Transfer, and more coupled problems with the international preCICE community.

Start of Event 2020/02/17
End of Event 2020/02/18
Location Technical University of Munich, Germany
URL https://www.precice.org/preCICE2020/


12.2 Events/15th International OpenFOAM Workshop

Date: 2020/06/22 Location: George Mason University, Virginia, USA

The Workshop Committee would like to invite you to the 15th International OpenFOAM® Workshop to be held at Arlington, Virginia, USA from June 22 - 25, 2020

Start of Event 2020/06/22
End of Event 2020/06/25
Location George Mason University, Virginia, USA
URL http://openfoamworkshop.org/


12.3 PFAU 19 Austrian User Meeting

26 November, 2019 in Leoben, Austria

The OpenFOAM User Meeting v. 19 in Leoben is scheduled for Tuesday, November 26, 2019 (9.30 a.m. - 15.00 p.m.)

It will take place at this address:

Chair for Modelling and Simulation of Metallurgical Processes
Department of Metallurgy
Metallurgiegebäude 3.OG
ISN Raum 313
University of Leoben
Franz-Josef Strasse 18
8700 Leoben Austria 


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12.4 News/PFAU18 graz: July 3rd 2019 (Austrian User Meeting)

PFAU18 graz: July 3rd 2019 (Austrian User Meeting)

The OpenFOAM Austrian User Meeting "PFAU18_graz" is scheduled for Wednesday, July 3, 2019 (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

Date: 2019/07/03 Location: Institute of Process and Particle Engineering Graz University of Technology Inffeldgasse 13/HS i8

Abstract submission and registration is now closed. For the program, please follow this link:

https://bit.ly/2QYTOIQ
12.5 News/FEATool Multiphysics 1.8 with OpenFOAM MATLAB CFD GUI

FEATool Multiphysics 1.8 with OpenFOAM MATLAB GUI

The FEATool Multiphysics MATLAB and Octave FEM Simulation Toolbox version 1.8 is now available. In addition to being a fully integrated FEA multiphysics toolbox, and interfacing with the FEniCS FEM solver and external mesh generators such as DistMesh, GiD, Gmsh, and Triangle, the highlight of the new version is introducing a fully integrated and cross-platform OpenFOAM CFD GUI interface for MATLAB and GNU Octave.

The new OpenFOAM MATLAB CFD Toolbox interface allows one to conveniently setup both laminar and fully turbulent incompressible Navier-Stokes CFD problems all within an easy to use graphical user interface (GUI). Featuring built-in CAD tools and (STL) CAD file import, automatic mesh generation (with automatic 2D to 3D mesh conversion and extrusion for 2D problems), FEATool to OpenFOAM case file conversion, solver selection and control, as well as solution import with postprocessing and visualization. As with all the FEATool MATLAB GUI functionality, models can also be saved and exported as m-file CLI functions where custom scripting and support for all MATLAB and Octave functions and toolboxes is supported. With the added support for the popular OpenFOAM CFD solver and FEniCS, high-performance multiphysics, multi-simulation, and CFD modeling can now be all be conveniently done within a single software interface.

Please visit the FEATool Multiphysics MATLAB FEM Toolbox website for more information.

Date: 2018/05/17 Location: Hong Kong

FEATool Multiphysics is developed by Precise Simulation Ltd. which was established in 2013 and is dedicated to providing accurate, efficient, and easy to use software solutions to a wide range of mathematical modeling, multiphysics, and computer simulation needs. In close collaboration with academic high-performance computing (HPC) partners with significant knowledge and over a decade of experience in many physics based Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) fields such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computational Structural Mechanics (CSM), chemical engineering, and heat transfer simulations Precise Simulation is able to offer a wide range of customized solutions.

The goal of the FEATool Multiphysics software suite is to be able to make physics based computer simulation easier and more enjoyable to learn for students in engineering, physics, and mathematics, and also simpler and more convenient to work with for both academic teachers, researchers, and corporate engineers.View older news

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