Dynaflow releases 2DYNAFS©/
Monday, June 13, 2005
Jessup, MD ... 2DYNAFS©/3DYNAFS© is a suite of Boundary Element
Method based Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) codes designed for
the simulation of unsteady incompressible fluid flows in the
presence of free surfaces. The programs can handle the dynamics of
single or multiple bubbles near solid boundaries, free surfaces,
submerged or floating objects, bubble deformation in a nonuniform
fluid flow, the dynamics of free surface waves, and generation of
surface waves by a floating or submerged body motion. 3DYNAFS© has
recently been applied to cavitation studies on planing surfaces and
propellers, and for ship / ship interaction, and surf zone modeling.
It is being coupled with other general-purpose codes such as the
Mississippi State University Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes code
UNCLE and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories structured
dynamics code DYNA3D. 2DYNAFS© is an axisymmetric version of
3DYNAFS© with a user friendly Graphic User Interface (GUI).
The code is designed to solve fluid flow problems involving
highly non- linear free surface dynamics, such as encountered in
multiphase flows, ocean dynamics and time dependent interfaces
separating two or more fluid phases. The program uses the Boundary
Element Method that is highly efficient in studying fluid flows with
large boundary deformations.
2DYNAPVF© and 3DYNAPVF© are post-processing companions to 2DYNAFS
and 3DYNAFS and enable computations of the field pressures and
Additional configurations required by the user can be added upon
request. DYNAFLOW, INC. can also customize the program by mutual
OS: 2DYNAFS©/ 3DYNAFS© are available for Unix and Windows
For more information, please contact: DYNAFLOW, INC., 10621-J
Iron Bridge Road, Jessup, MD 20794; Tel (301) 604-3688; Fax (301)
604-3689; E-Mail email@example.com.