Navier – Stokes
UCNS3D is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver developed primarily at Cranfield University in the United Kingdom. Code development was initiated in 2006 by a group of researchers, academics and PhD students.
The main scope of this website is to inspire researchers, scientists and engineers around the world to embrace CFD, by making the UCNS3D solver open-source under GPL-3.0. UCNS3D can be downloaded through GitHub; the solver incorporates high-order numerical schemes that enhance the accuracy of computations.
Our vision is to contribute to the accelerating adoption of high-order methods in CFD solvers.
High-order spatial accuracy up to 7th.
Parallel MPI and OpenMP.
Linear advection, Euler, RANS, ILES and DES.
MPI I/O, VTK, Tecplot, Ansys, Starccm.
Finite Volume MUSCL & WENO spatial schemes.
Fortran 2003 OOP, MKL-BLAS, ParMetis.
3 weeks ago
Out of Ground Effect (OGE) and In Ground Effect (IGE) investigations using a multiple reference frame (MRF), and a high-order finite volume framework through the support of @EPSRC, @ARCHER2_HPC, @ukturbulence article https://t.co/hPRLpILSS2
iLES of square cylinder (45 degrees incidence) at Re=3900 using a 5th order CWENOZ on 27Million cells unstructured mesh on @ARCHER2_HPC through @ukturbulence @EPSRC support. #cfd #HPC https://t.co/J3fIZGVn32
@aoki_taichi Water bubble hit by a shockwave.
Multiphysics with ucns3d using high-order finite-volume unstructured schemes https://t.co/MVGA6u3gVw
@HiroNishikawa These two papers employ them, and refer to others that use them as well. , https://t.co/JNY02YPEAb
@HiroNishikawa Characteristic variables are also commonly used in a number of papers, they offer some benefits but the reconstruction is significantly more expensive.
RT @ARCHER2_HPC: The first phase of the UK’s National HPC Service, ARCHER2, has arrived in Edinburgh! @Cray_Inc @UKRI_News
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