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Fluidity is an open source, general purpose, multi-phase computational fluid dynamics code capable of numerically solving the Navier-Stokes equation and accompanying field equations on arbitrary unstructured finite element meshes in one, two and three dimensions.

It is used in a number of different scientific areas including geophysical fluid dynamics, computational fluid dynamics, ocean modelling and mantle convection. It uses a finite element/control volume method which allows arbitrary movement of the mesh with time dependent problems, allowing mesh resolution to increase or decrease locally according to the current simulated state. It has a wide range of element choices including mixed formulations.

Fluidity is parallelised using MPI and is capable of scaling to many thousands of processors. Other innovative and novel features are a user-friendly GUI and a python interface which can be used to calculate diagnostic fields, set prescribed fields or set user-defined boundary conditions.

Fluidity was built by the Applied Modelling and Computation Group at the Dept. of Earth Science and Engineering of Imperial College London.

 

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Fluidity

An open-source computational fluid dynamics code with adaptive unstructured mesh capabilities

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