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Old   November 13, 1999, 07:30
Default How about ICEM CFD
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Hi, my friends:

Do you hear of ICEM CFD? It is a preprocessing code like the FLUENT's GAMBIT or CFX's BUILD. Did anyone has the experienceS of using ICEM CFD? And can you give us some advice about this product on some aspects, like its usage or performence? Thinks.
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Old   November 15, 1999, 05:15
Default Re: How about ICEM CFD
David Minns
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If you would like to see ICEM CFD running then have a look at a couple of `virtual` demos at; under the demos section


David (ICEM CFD Engineering UK)
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