I've been reading about the Discontinuous Galerkin discretization scheme and it's application to CFD for fluid flow. It seems to be a promising method for simulating turbulent flows, by using higher-order cells to mitigate the need to have extremely high mesh densities.
I am just wondering if there are any commercial (or free) 'industrial-grade' CFD codes out there that utilize such a scheme? If not, why not?
(by 'industrial-grade', I mean codes that have been developed to the point that a non-expert industrial user would be able to use them for arbitrary problems. E.g. ones that have a simplified GUI interface and/or streamlined workflow that doesn't involve modifying source code)