OpenFOAM is free, open source software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD). At the heart of OpenFOAM is a development kit (“SDK”), providing software and tools to build CFD applications, enabling users to customise their CFD, quickly and conveniently. CFD Direct includes OpenFOAM developers who maintain the SDK. We manage an environment for sustainable OpenFOAM development that involves: early public code release with rapid-turnaround user feedback; a network of developers, funding companies and users; and, co-ordinated code integration and maintenance.
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... that includes assistance with CFD and OpenFOAM development
CFD Direct provides full OpenFOAM Support to customers , including software and CFD support and code customization to engineering companies, consultants and academic institutions. We provide robust solutions for clients with demanding deadlines on projects and can provide a customized package of services including general support, development and training.
CFD Direct manages and develops OpenFOAM, and provides OpenFOAM Training and Support, pursuing its mission to make CFD accessible and inclusive.
Our team undertakes OpenFOAM Development projects and code customisation, with experience of managing and executing over 100 development projects.
Our CFD Support includes support for the use, installation and configuration of the OpenFOAM software and help with all aspects of CFD practice in OpenFOAM.
CFD analysis involves competency in fluid dynamics, physical modelling, meshing, numerical methods, data analysis, computing, programming. It is difficult to obtain knowledge and experience in these CFD competencies, even with broad access to information brought by today’s Internet. People are forced to rely heavily on colleagues or online forums because most CFD teaching is generally inadequate. At CFD Direct, it is our aim to support people to deliver timely, quality CFD analysis at a reasonable cost. Our belief in open source software means that the public are able to access information, such as numerical methods and physical models, through the source code of OpenFOAM. We supplement this by providing support and training services, and through our contributions to OpenFOAM, including free technical information.