Your Tips on Using the Wind-US CFD Solver

I work with the Wind-US CFD solver a lot, but there are a lot more people doing amazing things with it than I can keep track of. Every time I go to a conference, I see people presenting cool results that they obtained from Wind-US. I often find myself saying, "That's great work! I didn't even know they were using Wind-US!"

So, with all these smart people using the code, I know it's being used in ways I never thought to try. Likewise, problems I didn't know about are often discovered by other folks trying to use it for something new and different. So if you are one of these people, this is your chance to shine.

Have you worked with Wind-US? Have you been found some tricks that help you get better performance from this CFD software (or the related utilities)? Were there problems that you had to work around that you can share? Let us know your experiences, good or bad. Maybe there's an easy solution to your pet peeve, or the developers may have already added that feature you were looking for!

Share Your Tips, Tricks, and Experiences with Wind-US

Ever used Wind-US or it's related utilities? How did it go? Were you able to get the results you needed? Tell us about it!

Here is your chance to share your experiences of working with Wind-US. Discuss its strengths and weaknesses, and suggest tips that might help other users get the most out of it.

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