Moult A. Dean R.B.
Bibliographic info:
Proceedings CAD80, 4th International Conference on Computers in Design Engineering, Brighton, 1980 p.761-762

CAFE is a suite of computer programs, developed by Atkins Research and Development, to solve engineering problems involving fluid flow and heat transfer. Based on a finite difference method, its main advantage over other programs is its generality, which enables problems requiring a variety of different boundary conditions to be studied.< Describes the mathematical formulation of the program and its major features. Gives examples of its application including modelling the ventilation of a building to reduce concentrations of dangerous gases.