The source code is available in our GitHub repository. Day-to-day development takes place in the
We recommend that you use the latest release.
Official adapters are available under the preCICE organization.
If you want to write about preCICE, you may also download some additional material, including images that you can use and modify. As with the rest of this website, this material is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Please have a look at our Wiki, where you can find lots of useful information.
|Web-based tutorial||1D FSI Example||FSI with SU2 and CalculiX|
|Flow in a channel with an elastic flap||Flow through a deformable tube||Flow in a channel with an elastic flap|
|CHT with OpenFOAM||CHT with OpenFOAM and CalculiX|
|Flow above a heated plate||Shell-and-tube heat exchanger|
If you use preCICE, please subscribe to our mailing list. You can report bugs or ask any questions there. We also use this mailing list to inform you about newest developments in preCICE.
In case you prefer a more interactive way of communication, preCICE has a chat room on Gitter. If you use GitHub or Twitter, then you can simply login with your account, from any device. Feel free to ask us anything there!
If you found a bug, please open an issue on GitHub. Please discuss only one specific problem in each issue and remember that they are not the correct place to ask for general support. Prefer using our mailing list or Gitter for this.
If you want to contribute to preCICE, you can use our source code documentation, which is auto-generated for some branches from time to time.