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Old   October 29, 2012, 18:08
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Hi there,

I been trouble complete my final year project on flow analysis in a custom made mechanism, which used to hold a metal part with a notch. The mechanism using vacuum as a base to hold the work-piece, in the steel suction cup, i have sealed certain area, so that the suction area will be more stronger compare to the previous one which have leakage in the mentioned area. So that, i need to do analysis in CFD using autodesk sofware to prove that, there is no leakage occur after the improved design.
Please, urgently need a help on this.

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Hi there,

I been trouble complete my final year project on flow analysis in a custom made mechanism, which used to hold a metal part with a notch. The mechanism using vacuum as a base to hold the work-piece, in the steel suction cup, i have sealed certain area, so that the suction area will be more stronger compare to the previous one which have leakage in the mentioned area. So that, i need to do analysis in CFD using autodesk sofware to prove that, there is no leakage occur after the improved design.
Please, urgently need a help on this.

Thank you,
Govind
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