Thomas Zeiser

Some comments by Thomas Zeiser about HPC@RRZE and other things


local OpenFOAM mailing list

OpenFOAM is a widely used open-source software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD). There is also a growing number of groups on our campus which use or at least give OpenFOAM a try. I never applied OpenFOAM for CFD simulations myself – I only spent lots of hours installing it on RRZE’s clusters. But from what I heard from actual users, documentation seems to be rather poor resulting in a slow learning curve. To facilitate and stimulate a coordinated communication and self-help of the different OpenFOAM users and groups at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, a local mailing list has been set up. OpenFOAM users from outside of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg are also welcome if they give a substantial contribution – but keep in mind that this local mailing list is not an official OpenFOAM support forum.

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