GASP Simulation Software is a structured/unstructured multi-block CFD flow solver used to solve steady and unsteady 3D, Reynolds-averaged, heat conduction equations for solid bodies, and Navier-Stokes equations (RANS) and its subsets. Its wide-ranging features can potentially be applied to the study of launch vehicles, rocket nozzles, stage separation, high-speed trains, and other automobiles.
Extensive details on GASP pricing can be found out by contacting Aerosoft via their official website. The GASP pricing categories are as follows.
- Domestic Commercial – For use by American citizens within the United States only.
- Export Commercial – For non-US companies, export licenses can be obtained after proper paperwork.
- Government – A discounted version is available for US government applications.
- Academic – A 2 seat floating license is provided at an extreme discount for academic purposes.
GASP Simulation Software currently offers a 60-day free trial license of GASP Version 5 within the US. It also holds semi-annual training classes on-site for new users.
- Generate models for a wide array of subjects including thermodynamics, thermochemistry, fluxes, two-phase flow, turbulence, and mechanical stress.
- Execute post-processing at the end of the CFD run automatically.
- Compute integrated quantities using the simplified user interface with the ‘lift and drag’ feature.
- Create time accurate flows using the explicit Runge-Kutta option.
- Create time-dependent free stream conditions that can be applied to any boundary condition.
- Utilize six DOF models and constrained motion databases to create kinematic models.
- Automate Chimera calculations between time steps to increase speed and efficiency of operation.
- Improve computational efficiency by uncoupling all systems including turbulence and chemistry systems.
- Integrate with Portable Extensible Toolkit for Scientific Computation (PETSc) Library.
Graphic User Interfaces
- Organize your models and related work using extensive tab sheets and tables.
- Integrate all GUI interfaces into a single application including both pre as well as post-processing.