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Old   September 20, 2012, 04:40
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Harjeet Singh Mann
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Hi,


I want to simulate the turbine placed in the duct as a part of research project. Can some body help me out in selecting the CFD tool - for geomtry, meshing and simulation. Being a begineer I want the simple software which is best for simulation. I have heard about
Ansys CFX & Fluent,
Gambit with Fluent
whether Solidworks can also work as efficient tool for CFD study means for simulation?

Also I want to know about the hardware specification as we have to order the system.
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Old   September 20, 2012, 11:11
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NX-ICEM CFD-Fluent is a popular combination.
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