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GENMIX is the name of a computer code developed in the early 1970s by Professor Brian Spalding at Imperial College, London, and still in occasional use.

It handles two-dimensional, parabolic flows, ie those of high Reynolds and Peclet numbers, from which recirculation is absent.

GENMIX has some historical importance, in that:

GENMIX made use of the Patankar-Spalding method of analysis, which is fully described in Reference 8 of the above-mentioned lecture.

The source code for the program GENMIX is available here.