9.1-swig (2012-06-20)

  • Porting on the new generation of SWIG wrapper - 2.X (tested with 2.0.3 - 2.0.6)
    Wrapping under the older SWIG versions is also available (tested with 1.3.36 - 1.3.40)
  • Porting on the latest OpenCFD version of OpenFOAM - 2.1.1
  • The following new solvers were implemented in Python :
    • compressible
      • rhoPorousMRFLTSPimpleFlux
      • rhoPorousMRFSimpleFlux
      • rhoSimplecFlux
    • heatTransfer
      • buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFlux
      • chtMultiRegionSimpleFlux
    • incompressible
      • adjointShapeOptimizationFlux
      • MRFSimpleFlux
      • SRFPimpleFlux

9.0-porting (2012-01-05)

  • Porting on the latest OpenCFD version of OpenFOAM - 2.1.0, 2.0.1 and 2.0.0
  • Porting on FreeFOAM up to the 0.1.0rc5
  • Porting on MacOS X (thanks to Bernhard Gschaider)
  • Support for multi-fork and multi-version OpenFOAM installations
  • Moving installation procedure to Launchpad (due to increased number of dependencies)
  • Full grown support for writing interactive applications (for more details see managedFlu)
  • Advancement of the internal Python related module packaging
  • Support writing pure Python custom "functionObject"s

8.2-hybrid (2011-07-14)

  • Name this release after the reinvoked SALOME to OpenFOAM binding - hybridFlu
  • hybridFlu functionality comes in sources and was tested with SALOME r5.1.3 and OpenFOAM r1.7.1
  • Advancing pythonFlu make system in the way that any other third-party functionality can use and extend the referenced pythonFlu wrapping definition
  • As an example how to achive this look in the implementation of hybridFlu related packages (foam2vtk and unv2foam)

8.1-Elvis (2011-06-01)

  • Name this release after the person who believed in this project and inspired us continue its developement. Thank you "Elvis"!
  • Extracting Python solvers from the initial pythonFlu distribution.
    Since "Elvis" release pythonFlu kernel fucntionality and corresponding Python solvers, will be advanced and distributed separately.

Look at to see the available solvers

Look at to learn how to install them

  • The following 7 new solvers were implemented in Python :
    • rhoPorousMRFPimpleFlux (compressible)
    • porousSimpleFlux (incompressible)
    • buoyantPimpleFlux (heatTransfer)
    • compressibleInterFlux, twoLiquidMixingFlux, interDyMFlux (multiPhase)
    • dnsFlux (DNS)
  • The whole pythonFlu wrapping scheme were revised, as result size of the corresponding binary packages were decresed in 3 - 5 times and amount of RAM needed to compile them decreased in about 2 times

8.0 (2011-04-04)

  • Porting on the latest 1.7.1 and 1.6-ext OpenFOAM versions
  • "Maturity" of the wrapping increased in 2 times (now it is possible to reproduce 26 of 63 referenced OpenFOAM solvers)
  • Preparation of native Linux binary packages (available for Ubuntu and OpneSUSE, i386 and amd64 architectures)
  • Minor bug-fixing