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Old   March 6, 2013, 09:03
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Hello guys.

Please can you advice me some links where somebody deals with civil engineering simulations? I mean air conditioning, wind loads etc?

Thanks in advance
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Old   March 7, 2013, 10:14
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Hi, I believe there's an HVAC tutorial on CFX. Also for wind loads I'd guess you'd have to go with multiphysics if you plan to use the pressures on surfaces for calculating stress, if not then maybe just any wind channel tutorial should suffice, i think there's one on a car simmetry in one of the first tutorials.

Also i'm sure there are other type of calculation codes for civil engineering that are not CFD based and might yield better or quicker results for your problem depending on its size; are you sure that what you need is a complete CFD simulation?
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