SimFlow CFD Simulation Software
Download SimFlow 4.0 CFD Software
Download SimFlow and use it for free in an evaluation mode to solve the most complex problems you face as an engineer, scientist or student.
Maybe you use CFD software on a daily basis or maybe just want to start your adventure. Install SimFlow, rediscover the CFD world without any time limit and enjoy powerful fluid simulation software.
All engineers were once in university. This is where usually all the fun with CFD starts. With the fastest learning curve SimFlow can help transform the way you teach and the way your students learn.
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Free vs Commercial License
|Steady State Flows|
|Discrete Phase Model|
|Mesh nodes limit||200’000||unlimited|
|Parallel computation (processes)||max 2||unlimited|
|Time limit||unlimited||1 year/license|
Download free SimFlow 4.0 for Windows & Linux
SimFlow is a powerful general-purpose CFD software.
It combines an intuitive graphical user interface with the advantages of the open-source OpenFOAM® libraries.
With SimFlow you can:
- create and import the mesh
- define boundary conditions
- parameterize the case
- run the simulation
- compute in parallel with just one click
- post-process results with ParaView
As a comprehensive numerical tool, SimFlow offers functionalities to handle such phenomena as:
- compressible and incompressible fluid flows
- turbulent flows
- heat transfer, including conjugate heat transfer
- multiphase flows
- chemical reactions
These processes can be modeled in both stationary and rotating reference frames or using dynamic mesh. If necessary, it is also possible to treat a solid material as a porous medium.
SimFlow offers the ability to simulate external and internal flows in a
wide variety of applications, such as: road vehicles, aircrafts, trains,
buildings, industrial facilities and many others.
In SimFlow you can use the state-of-the-art turbulence models,
discretization schemes and numerical methods. Simulation results may help you in determination of:
- pressure drops
- lift or drag forces
Knowledge of aerodynamics in high-tech applications facilitates decision-making process and allows engineers to optimize the design before its physical production and prototype testing.
Heat Transfer CFD
Heat transfer processes are of great importance in many industries like aeronautics, power engineering, metallurgy, HVAC and electronics.
Heat transfer studies performed in SimFlow can cover:
- natural and forced convection
- conjugate heat transfer between solids and fluids
Simulation results may give you an insight into temperatures in critical locations or serve as an input to stress analysis.