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Old   December 20, 2012, 14:18
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Good input for sure. I think being able to write code should be considered as an asset when looking for a CFD position (because of the knowledge of theory it requires), but certainly isn't the only thing that's necessary. I probably wouldn't hire someone for a position using commercial codes if coding is the ONLY thing they have done in CFD, for the reasons you mentioned. I think a combination of coding and using other codes is ideal. I think someone is more adaptable to other codes if they have experienced coding themselves.
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Old   December 26, 2012, 12:02
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do what you want to do, and you can spend some time on cfl3d code, it can give you a lot knowledges.
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Old   January 6, 2013, 00:11
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do what you want to do, and you can spend some time on cfl3d code, it can give you a lot knowledges.
Richard, CFD3D is restricted. http://cfl3d.larc.nasa.gov/ Since your location reads "China" I assume you do not have permission to use CFL3D.

Edit: I assume the source code is marked as restricted and if you have read this you would know it.
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Old   January 6, 2013, 01:51
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[QUOTE=Martin Hegedus;400267]Richard, CFD3D is restricted. http://cfl3d.larc.nasa.gov/ Since your location reads "China" I assume you do not have permission to use CFL3D.

Edit: I assume the source code is marked as restricted and if you have read this you would know it.[/QUOTE

although cfl3d is very famous, i haven't read it. there are some open code in china, such as opencfd. and it's very famous in china. have you read it? everyone can read it, (^_^)
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