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precice - A coupling library for partitioned multi-physics simulations, including, but not restricted to fluid-structure interaction and conjugate heat transfer simulations

  •    C++

preCICE stands for Precise Code Interaction Coupling Environment. Its main component is a library that can be used by simulation programs to be coupled together in a partitioned way, enabling multi-physics simulations, such as fluid-structure interaction. If you are new to preCICE, please have a look at our documentation and at precice.org. You may also prefer to get and install a binary package for the latest release (master branch).

tutorials - Various tutorial cases for the coupling library preCICE with real solvers

  •    Python

This repository contains ready-to-run tutorial cases for the coupling library preCICE. The purpose of these cases is not to teach you how to use preCICE from scratch, but to serve as starting points for setting up similar simulation cases, as well as test cases. Read more on our preCICE tutorials documentation section. As a general rule, you can start each participant from inside their <tutorial>/<participant>-<solver> using ./run.sh. Look into these short scripts and copy the parts you need for your new case. Before running again, execute the cleaning scripts you can find at each level, to clean from this point and deeper.

calculix-adapter - preCICE-adapter for the CSM code CalculiX

  •    C

The adapter was initially developed for conjugate heat transfer (CHT) simulations via preCICE by Lucia Cheung in the scope of her master’s thesis [1] in cooperation with SimScale. For running the adapter for CHT simulations refer to this thesis. The adapter was extended to fluid-structure interaction by Alexander Rusch [2]. This adapter was developed for CalculiX version 2.16. Other versions may be compatible, yet they have not been tested. Please let us know if you want to use a different version.

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