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Old   March 6, 2013, 10:28
Default Reliablity of SOLIDWORKS FLOW SIMULATION...
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i m doing my research project on d topic aerodynamic improvement in heavy vehicle and effect of fuel consumption at undergraduate level. i m using solidworks flow simulation...and Autodesk CFD. can these software provide me reliable result?? what is the relaiblity of these softwares??
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I have used solidworks flow simulation, but I cannot comment on its accuracy. It seems like it was designed just to be vary easy to use but lacks a lot. I personally would not use it if I was relying on quality results. I have never used autodesk cfd.
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