|February 6, 2008, 18:18||
secondary air routes
the company I work for wants to make a new version of our old TP engine, and is looking into optimising secondary air routes (among other things).
Last time around, the company used Fluent to do that, before that, spreadsheet data.
We are thinking that Fluent might be way too complex and advanced for this kind of calculation (it's just pipes, after all), so we are looking for a different tool.
Are we correct? Is Flowmaster, Flowizard or some other program the way to go? Which program would you recommend as best overall and best bang for buck? Or go back to Fluent?
Thank you for your answers in advance
|February 11, 2010, 09:56||
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I am working with Flowmaster.
Give me more details on your TP engine, and I can advise you.
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