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Old   December 4, 2012, 15:35
Default CD-adapco or ANSYS Fluent?
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Hello friends!

I am an unemployed Chemical Engineer in India. To enhance my skills and for better job prospects, I am planning to do a course in CFD. Now different institutes offer training on different software. I have found an institute which charges a reasonable price for training on CD-adapco. But I have this perception that ANSYS software packages are better than CD-adapco. Am I right here? Should I go ahead and join this CD-adapco program, or, better search for one that offers on CFD course using ANSYS Fluent and CFX?

Which one is a better software package out of the two? Does training on any particular software package matter? How easy it is to learn another software when you know one?

Thank you a lot!
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