Enjoy Fluid Dynamics In Your Phone With Fleya for Android
If you enjoy physics simulation apps, you may want to try out what XDA member mirceanis has brought to the table. Many scientists and engineers use CFD (computational fluid dynamics) to model and predict behavior of certain fluids under certain conditions. These simulations normally end up being used as important data to determine the feasibility of a project without having to build too many prototypes. This app does none of that, but it uses CFD in order to render models of fluids that will be affected by external influences and such (your touchscreen).
Please leave some feedback for the dev to see how it runs in your particular device.
Fleya is a FREE realtime fluid simulation for your Android phone.
But you don’t have to be a physics specialist or an engineer to enjoy it.
Just swipe your finger across the screen to see why.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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