Every FLACS-CFD release is denoted by a version number and a release number, for example v10.4r2 for version 10.4, release 2. This article describes two methods on how to find the exact version of FLACS-CFD you are using.
Version and release number in About FLACS
In the FLACS RunManager, CASD or Flowvis, select Help and choose the About FLACS RunManager/ CASD/ Flowvis (depending on which program you are in).
The exact version number of FLACS-CFD is shown in the top left corner of the window that opens.
Version and release number in the README file
On a Windows computer: Start a file explorer, open the folder Program Files\GexCon\FLACS_vXY.Z. Click on the README file. You will find the full version number at the top of this file.
Linux: On Linux, FLACS is typically installed under /usr/local; type
XY.Z denotes the version number of the FLACS-CFD release (e.g. 10.5) and XY only includes the two first digits of the version number (e.g. 10).
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