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DOFI is a powerful CFD simulation tool dedicated to complex internal and external flows.

DOFI is a powerful CFD simulation tool dedicated to complex internal and external flows. DOFI is designed to tackle any flow problem, from incompressible to low and high speed flows, from mono-phase to multiphase flows including heat and species transport problems. It combines completely unstructured hexahedral grids with an efficient pre-conditioned compressible solver which employs fast agglomerated multigrid acceleration and adaptive techniques. DOFI allows users to freely develop and exchange physical models in CFD with a new open approach. Main features of DOFI:

  • Steady and unsteady problems
  • Incompressible and compressible flows
  • Heat transfer
  • Species transport
  • Turbulence models (RANS, LES, DNS)
  • Multiphases flows
  • Wind turbine flows

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INSIGHTS


  • Automatic meshing (DMESH)
  • Post-traitement included (Paraview ®)
  • Species transport
  • Complex coupling *
  • Compatibility with Fluent Ansys ® *
  • * Only with DOFI Premium package

APPLICATIONS


NEWS


PRODUCTS


DOFI Professional
  • The new DOFI interface to easily access to CFD.
  • With dedicated CFD solvers.
DOFI Premium
  • Thermal coupling and much more soon.
  • Compatibility with Fluent Ansys.
DOFI Server
  • Easily manage your CFD CPU power.
  • Benefit DOFI Professional or DOFI Premium.

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marine

DOFI has developed a strong expertise in the marine industry offering solutions for airboats, ships, hydro turbines, … The software is well-equipped with functions to cover the design, analysis and optimization of resistance, propulsion, maneuvering and seakeeping ability in a large number of applications including:

  • Cargo vessels and cruise ships
  • Sailing yachts
  • Offshore vessels and platforms
  • High speed motor boats
  • Military vehicles

DOFI is used by a large number of marine industrial groups worldwide and is recognized as the leading dedicated CFD software in this industry.

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