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Bruno Santos works at blueCAPE. Contributions to other wikis:


Usage of ParaView

  • Usually used with OpenFOAM and blueCFD.
  • Use the development libraries (VTK to be specific) for enGrid [1] [2] and other projects indicated in #Projects.


  • blueFIRE :: state-of-the-art real-time fire propagation simulator, designed to assist Civil Protection Forces in forest-fire fighting. Includes a Wind diagnosis capability. Its modular design and API allow an easy integration with GIS, fire detection and risk analysis software.
  • Cross-Compiling OpenFOAM for Windows 32 and 64bits, used in the blueCAPE's product/service blueCFD.
    • blueCFD-SingleCore is a subset of blueCFD, providing the modified source code in Git repositories as well as binaries for Windows. Aims to help newcomers start using OpenFOAM on Windows, although it doesn't have all of the amenities that blueCFD provides.
  • gbXML2STL :: extracts the building geometry from gbXML, processes it and returns one or more geometry STL files, depending on the command line options. Planning on making a tutorial on how to use it to run simulations with OpenFOAM.
  • blueAIR :: the parent project of gbXML2STL, that aims to provide AEC Engineers and Architects with a powerful, accurate and easy to use CFD development environment for Built environments, based in BIM/CAD models. Currently the CFD engine used is OpenFOAM.
  • Unofficial ParaView Development Installation :: Created out of need, since Kitware hasn't been releasing them lately...