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Old   May 14, 2006, 11:56
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Richard
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How do you include the simulations results from "Fluent for CATIA" in your PLM?

We would like to obtain a full generative relationship between our manufacturing-ready geometry models and the flow analysis model.

Do you have any suggestion to attain a customer-centric approach using an integrated analysis wrapping the decision support tools?

Richard

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