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OpenFOAM®: Two-Day Advanced course – Melbourne – April 2015

Dr Darrin Stephens  will deliver this two-day advanced course in Melbourne on 23rd and 24th April 2015. Participants in the course will learn the layout of the OpenFOAM library, how to copy and compile a solver. In addition, introduction to C++ programming language, creation of the new turbulence model as a part of the existing OpenFOAM library.. read more →

Applied CCM Canada

While I have been lurking in the background, helping out Applied CCM the past while, today I am officially announcing the launch of my company Applied CCM Canada. I started Applied CCM Canada to service the computational needs of Canada. My interests and efforts will be mutually aligned with Darrin and Applied CCM Pty Ltd. Discover more about Applied CCM here: http://www.appliedccm.ca/services… read more →

Benchmarking Caelus tutorials on different operating systems

Caelus 4.10 is supported on eight (8) operating systems (OS’s), Windows 7 Pro, Windows 8.1, Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 14.04, RedHat EL 6.x, RedHat EL 7.x, Mac OSX 10.9.5 and 10.10. This article presents results from some benchmarking work conducted at Applied CCM on six of the supported operating systems. Support for Apple OSX was in.. read more →

Porting a new solver to Caelus

I’ve been meaning to write an article about SCons and was having a hard time deciding how to present it. And procrastination might have been a factor as well. Anyway, a @caelus_cml twitter follower asked about porting a custom OpenFOAM solver to Caelus so explaining how do to that might be the best way to get started. Being.. read more →

Caelus: a new direction in open-source CFD

It’s been a busy last couple of months for Applied CCM. In fact, so busy I haven’t been able to write our first meaningful blog post! We’ve been busy with a lot things – customers, projects, conferences, a new website. But the most important activity was the release of our fork of OpenFOAM, called Caelus. There are.. read more →

Welcome to our new site!

Welcome to the new Applied CCM website. We plan to use our new platform to keep everyone up to date about what we’re working on and other thoughts from the open-source CFD world. read more →