Nope. But I've seen university research level CFD Linux projects beat $54,000 Solidworks CFD. And the hypersonic professor with twenty years experience wants your fuel composition to run a simulation. Finds oblique shocks, gas particle interactions, exhaust plumes, and also computes drag coefficient so you can find the drag force at various angles of attack.

But Yeah... OR ain't bad for what it is. The other route took a complete 3D model and three weeks of real Sheldons not actors to get one number for one math equation so I could have a drag force accurate. Granted the other route works for real large spacecraft and tactical missiles as well as high power college design rockets... They basically re mesh your 3D model on a very fine level of detail. The sim itself took 15 minutes grinding through thousandths upon millions of math time varying functions of DE...