System Requirements

SINDA/FLUINT

Operating System

  • 64 bit Windows 7, 8, or 10

Fortran Compiler

Since SINDA/FLUINT allows user logic and generates a unique executable each time it is run, you MUST have a copy of the correct compiler on each machine in order to run it.

If you wish to run an evaluation version of SINDA/FLUINT, you must download the version of SINDA/FLUINT that has a built-in compiler.

For the production version (for purchased licenses of SINDA/FLUINT), the following compiler is required:

Note: Only Intel Visual Fortran Composer XE 2011 for Windows is required, users do not need to purchase Intel® Parallel Studio XE for Windows for use with SINDA/FLUINT.

View Intel Visual Fortran System Requirements

Minimum Memory

  • 2GB

Thermal Desktop®, RadCAD®, and FloCAD®

Operating System

  • 64 bit Windows 7, 8, or 10

Required Software

  • SINDA/FLUINT, which is the solution engine
  • CAD Package: AutoCAD® 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017

Minimum Memory

  • 4GB

Hardware

  • Discrete graphics card recommended, see Autodesk's website for certified graphics cards
  • Display resolution: 1024x768 minimum, 1280x1024 or finer with 100% font size recommended

Sinaps®

Operating System

  • 64 bit Windows 7 or 8

Required Software

  • SINDA/FLUINT, which is the solution engine

Minimum Memory

  • 2GB

TD Direct®

Required Software

  • Thermal Desktop
  • CAD Package: SpaceClaim Engineer® 2015, 2016

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