Be up and running with your simulations in seconds! RheologicRemix is a binary compatible with OpenFOAM® compiled and re-packaged for CentOS 6 and CentOS 7.
Compiling OpenFOAM® for CentOS can be a tough job. If you are like us, you'd rather spend your time simulating than compiling. So we did the hard work for you and compiled OpenFOAM® with all bells and whistles (including OpenMPI). All you need to do is to unpack it and you are good to go!
This RheologicRemix contains an unmodified OpenFOAM® 4.1 compiled for CentOS 6 and CentOS 7. The archive is named `RheologicRemix-4.1-CentOS-6.tar.gz`, but works unmodified under CentOS 7.
For the avoidance of doubt: OpenFOAM® is GPL software and the source code freely available for everyone. You can download it for example from OpenCFD Ltd. the owner of the OpenFOAM® trademark. What you are paying for here is not the software but the (considerable) effort to compile it for CentOS.
Click the "I want this!" button and proceed to the checkout. You will immediately be sent to a download page, where you can download the archive itself plus a couple of helper files.
You will also receive a download link via email. The download link will stay active indefinitely.
As soon as the archive has finished downloading, enter the following in your console and you are good to go!
- Unpack: `tar xf RheologicRemix-4.1-CentOS-6.tar.gz`
- Set environment: `source ~/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-4.1/etc/bashrc`
- Check: `wmakePrintBuild`
- OpenFOAM-4.1 solvers ready to run
- wmake build system
- OpenMPI / Open Run Time Environment for parallel execution
- Paraview (visualisation software)
- foamyHexMesh (experimental mesh generator)
- sloanRenumber (node renumbering algorithm)
- CGAL (used only by foamyHexMesh)
This offering is not approved or endorsed by OpenCFD Limited, producer and distributor of the OpenFOAM software and owner of the OPENFOAM® and OpenCFD® trade marks.
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