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Dear forum members,

I spent the last 7 months working on the input/output design of a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) code.

There are two parts in the report:
- input specification for initializing the problem definition of a CFD simulation
- parallel HDF5 for writing and reading checkpoint data during simulation

Links to the code

Link to the report

These code will not compile by itself because they lacks the other classes for compilation. However, you can apply the concept to other simulation.

Please feel free to use them. The information in the report is correct per my knowledge. If you see any error, I appreciate your feedback.

Thank you.

Hoi Yen
[no name] 3-Apr-13 10:19am    
What is this? No question asked and no explanation of a problem.
Hoi Yen Loo 3-Apr-13 13:16pm    
It is not a question or problem.

Just code in c++ (parallel I/O and initialization file to setup the simulation) to share with the community.

May be someone from the community can adapt the code in their simulation.
Matthew Faithfull 3-Apr-13 16:51pm    
If you post this here it will soon be lost and few people will see it. If you create a Code Project Article it will be permanently available and found by those searching the site. There is an article forum here:
to ask anything you need to know about writing and submitting an article. Sean Ewington is the administrator. Please don't loose out on 7 months work by miss posting, CFD is an important subject.
[no name] 3-Apr-13 20:05pm    
Just to re-iterate what Matthew said, this is the wrong forum for this. This forum is for questions and answers. If you want to share with the community write an article or post this as a tip/trick.

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