The CRoCCo Laboratory numerical simulation codes solve the equations governing unsteady fluid motion in conservative form, namely the conservative form of the mass, momentum, and energy equations with additional mass conservation equations for chemical species and finite-rate reactions in Cartesian or generalized curvilinear coordinates.

Also, the codes include sub-grid scale models that can be turned off to perform DNS, or on to perform LES. The codes include a choice of numerical techniques to compute the spatial differencing and temporal integration and are written using the Message-Passing-Interface (MPI), making them highly optimized to run on parallel computers, and fully portable to any computer architecture.







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