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Open Source library CFD toolkit

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#ARNICA: an Open Source Python module as a toolkit for CFD

In Arnica, useful features related to Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) are implemented, namely:

  1. CFD related tools aiming to be used together with the Reactive software suite AVBP
  2. CFD related bare functionnalities such as ParaView-readable XDMF writers from Numpy arrays, axi-symetric shell generators, 2D finite differences solvers, etc.

Contributors are, for the moment, the CERFACS/COOP Team that can be reached at

If you are willing to contribute, please read carefully the guide in the file.


Arnica can be installed directly in your Python 3 environnement by running the command:

pip install arnica

This command will install Arnica and all its dependencies (if needed). Once this step is over you can use arnica as a Python module in a script:

import arnica



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