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Old   October 31, 2012, 14:03
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I am doing a school design project, and I need some assistance with the CFD portion of the drawings. I have everything drawn up in ansys, and I would like to have a visual air flow analysis from the propellers.

Can anyone help with this?
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Old   November 1, 2012, 14:07
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i will help u in that ....
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Old   November 4, 2012, 03:18
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Hi venkateshaero, are you good at using fluent? I have just started learning the basics, and my professor is already demanding a decent analysis of a project Im doing. Basically, my group is engaged by an external company to help them with their problem, and my school has allocated a prof to us who is unable to transfer any fluent knowledge to us. So we are on our own. What i have now is a step file from the company, can you help me with this? Its a chamber with existing suction outlets attached to it, and we must study the air flow inside it.

Help is deeply (and urgently) appreciated!
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Hi Mr. Woo,

We have good experience in Fluent CFD Analysis and can help you out.
Please send your CAD model .stp format to my email murthi.kn@solv-numerics.com and we will do the analysis for you.

We can discuss the budget and time line in your direct email to my email id.

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Hi venkateshaero, are you good at using fluent? I have just started learning the basics, and my professor is already demanding a decent analysis of a project Im doing. Basically, my group is engaged by an external company to help them with their problem, and my school has allocated a prof to us who is unable to transfer any fluent knowledge to us. So we are on our own. What i have now is a step file from the company, can you help me with this? Its a chamber with existing suction outlets attached to it, and we must study the air flow inside it.

Help is deeply (and urgently) appreciated!
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