FEFLOW 5.3 for windows 32&64&Linux

64-bit technology for Windows and Linux
FEFLOW is now available for the 64-bit versions of Windows (XP X64 Edition, Server 2003 X64 Edition, and Vista X64 Edition) and Linux (SUSE 9.2, 9.3, 10.0, 10.1, Fedora Core 4 and 5, Ubuntu 6.06). 64-bit technology is essential for running large models requiring more than about 2 GB of RAM.
Parallel computing on Windows and Linux
Parallel computing on multi-processor machines or computers with multi-core processors is now supported on both Windows and Linux systems.

Hummingbird Exceed as default X server
The X server XVision is replaced by Hummingbird Exceed as the default X server on Windows systems.

WGEO map tool replaces FEMAP on Windows
On Windows systems, the georeferencing tool FEMAP is replaced by the software WGEO for georeferencing, geoimaging and coordinate conversion. A license for WGEO Basis is delivered with FEFLOW.

Mesh generation
New mesh generator Gridbuilder
For the generation of the finite element mesh, the mesh generator Gridbuilder, developed by Rob McLaren at the University of Waterloo, Canada, is available. Gridbuilder has its main advantages in very flexible refinement along add-ins and polygon borders and in the handling of complex superelement meshes.
Additional options for Triangle mesh generator
Using the Triangle mesh generator, the mesh can be refined along specific sections of polygon borders or add-ins. A target element size can be specified to define the maximum edge length for elements at borders or add-ins.

Edge flipping for mesh improvement
The mesh geometry editor contains new functionality for flipping edges for two neighboring elements in triangle meshes. This is useful for improving the mesh quality, avoiding obtuse angles at specific