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GiD

GiD is a universal, adaptive and user-friendly pre and post processor for numerical simulations in science and engineering.
GiD has been designed to cover all the common needs in the numerical simulation field from pre to post processing: geometrical modeling, effective definition of analysis data, meshing, data transfer to analysis software, as well as the visualization of numerical results.
Find more information in https://www.gidhome.com/

GiD Tips
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GiD tips: How to activate shadows
09/27/2017


This video shows how to swap between several saved views. Find more information about this tip here:...
GiD tips: How to activate the stereoscopic view
09/27/2017


This video shows how to swap between several saved views. Find more information about this tip here:...
GiD tips: How to change the GiD theme
09/27/2017


This video shows how to swap between several saved views. Find more information about this tip here:...
GiD tips: How to join volumes
09/27/2017


This video shows how to swap between several saved views. Find more information about this tip here:...
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Gid Examples
Antenna placement on Apache helicopter
09/28/2017


Simulation done with, HOBBIES: Higher Order Basis Based Integral Equation Solver. This benchmark has...
Archimedes' screw animation
09/28/2017


Simulation of an Arquimedian screw run with DEMPACK solver. More information about DEMPack: http://b...
Simulation of an inflatable hangar run with Kratos
09/28/2017


Membrane model of a inflatable structure subjected to wind loading. Symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) ...
Sea waves impacting on an oil platform with shadows
09/18/2014


Simulation of the impact of the sea waves on a oil platform. The simulation is done using Kratos Mul...