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Latest News

  • 2012.05.07: Code_Saturne has a new central website, at http://www.code-saturne.org. The site contains a forum, bugtracker, downloads documentation, and news sections. It does not yet contain any test cases compared to this TWiki, so using the new website is recommended for most subjects, but this TWiki remains relevant for test-case or turbulence-related aspects
  • 2011.07.20: Code_Saturne version 2.0.2 is now available for download from the EDF website: http://www.code-saturne.org. It is a validated, production version
  • 2010.11.11: Code_Saturne users meeting in Paris on Dec 7th, 2010. Go here for registration
  • 2010.02.26: Download the last plugin CFDSTUDY-2.0 for SALOME 5.1.3 and Code_Saturne 2.0-rc1 here
  • 2010.02.25: Code_Saturne version 2.0.0-rc1 is now available for download from the EDF website. It is a release candidate. It is distributed for development purposes and should not be used in production For complete news archives go to News and Contributions

Find out more:

Short Presentations of what it does and how and why it became open-source:

The documentation comes with the software, under the doc directory. You can find here a copy of the latest documentation (the corresponding test cases are distributed with the sources).

Find the Doxygen source tree here

Find a step-by-step tutorial on a stratified junction here and a tube bundle tutorial here

You can find a tutorial on how to run Code_Saturne without the graphical interface here

Visit the official Code_Saturne forum at code-saturne.info

Download it now:

Download the latest version (here download).

For an installation guide please see the README file, or check the FAQ.

If you are using the Univeristy parallel clusters, see this guide on how to use the software with queuing engines.

A list of various publications and reports relevant to Code_Saturne .
Test Cases
Here you can find a collection of test cases for reference. And you can browse the case database by model with a brief explanation of the models here
Turbulence models
Here you can find a brief explanation of the models
Code Developments

Find out about recent developments at the University of Manchester as well as topics for future developments .

See the poster presentation from the University of Manchester here

Frequently Asked Questions
Check the Frequently Asked Questions for installation and usage troubleshooting.
News and Contributions
Want to share a script or new subroutine you just developed "? click News and Contributions

Want to add your own "tip of the day"? click here

Please visit the forum to express your ideas or questions.

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