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US3D-1.1.8 Released


Posted By on Jun 29, 2020

After six months of development and extensive testing, US3D-1.1.8 is now available for download from VirtusAero.  Building on the previous 1.1.7 release, this patch release version includes a large number of fixes and improvements. Highlights of the changes include: Fixed usage of uninitialized variables that could cause NaN in some casesChanged to use long integers with ParMETIS – fixes a problem...

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US3D-1.1.7 Released


Posted By on Feb 8, 2020

After nearly a year of development and testing, US3D-1.1.7 has reached a final state and release packages are now available.  This release includes a large number of fixes and improvements throughout the solver and utility routines. Highlights include: Fixed KEC fluxes always using full dissipationFixed inconsistencies with ivib=3Fixed allowing Tecplot-formatted data output while using user subroutinesImproved casefile processing...

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US3D-1.1.6 Released


Posted By on Mar 22, 2019

After approximately nine months of work spent developing, testing, and validating, we are proud to announce that US3D-1.1.6 is now available for download from the VIrtusAero HTTPS and SFTP sites.  Additional details regarding this release can be found below. Please note: We have updated both the password used to reach the download sites, and the GPG encryption / decryption key-pair.  If you need this updated access information, please...

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US3D Knowledge Base


Posted By on Mar 22, 2019

We have begun adding information to the US3D Knowledge Base which can found on the VirtusAero website.  Access to the Knowledge Base will be granted to licensed US3D users and requires a password.  Please send an email to VirtusAero Support to request access if you or your organization has a US3D license.  We plan to continue to grow and build the Knowledge Base.  If you have specific questions that you would like us to address with...

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US3D Training Workshop


Posted By on Mar 22, 2019

The latest US3D training workshop was held March 13 and 14 in Minneapolis.  This two-day workshop covered US3D usage from the first steps of getting started with the code, through solution acceleration techniques, user subroutine development, and how to begin developing plugins.  If you missed the workshop and would be interested in attending the next one to be held later this year, please email VirtusAero Support to be kept informed...

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