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The fastest and most accurate integrated environment for turbomachinery



All types of multi-stage axial, radial or mixed-flow configurations are supported: compressors, turbines, pumps, fans, propellers or contra-rotating propellers.


FINE™/Turbo is the fastest CFD suite for rotating machinery - incompressible and compressible fluids, from subsonic to hypersonic flow regimes. Solve your problem up to 20 times faster and more with the CPU Booster™ module.


Non Linear Harmonic (NLH) module for full unsteady rotor-stator interactions simulations with gains of 1 to 3 orders of magnitude in CPU time.


Take into account real operating conditions and manufacturing tolerances and enhance the reliability of your CFD simulations with the Uncertainty Quantification module.


Make your simulations go even faster with HPC performance on both CPU and GPU (factor 2 to 2.5 with single GPU card).




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Key features


Parallel Mesh Generation

  • Wizard mode: optimal mesh topology based on configuration
  • Advanced geometry features: blade fillets, cooling systems, axisymmetric and non-axisymmetric effects
  • Advanced configurations: multistage, bulb, unshrouded and by-pass
  • Automated blocking and meshing of axisymmetric effects
  • Python scripting technology



  • Multi-projects and multi-views graphical user interface
  • Specific turbomachinery visualization mode
  • Python scripting technology

FINE™/Turbo flow solver

  • One single code for all types of fluids (incompressible, perfect or real gas, compressible liquid and condensable) and speed (low speed to hypersonic regime)
  • Acceleration with the CPU Booster™ module provides 3-5 times gain in convergence speed
  • Non Linear Harmonic (NLH) module for full unsteady rotor-stator interactions with gains of 1 to 3 orders of magnitude in CPU time
  • Cross-out High Performance Computing (HPC) on supercomputers with linear speed-up on up to 5,000 to 10,000 cores
  • Embedded Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) with the Modal and Flutter Analysis module
  • Uncertainty Quantification module to study the variability with respect to geometrical or operational uncertainties
  • Automated performance curve creation
  • Multigrid convergence acceleration
  • Full Non-Matching Boundaries capability
  • Laminar-turbulent transition
  • Congugate heat transfers
  • Cavitation
  • Python scripting technology