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Old   November 15, 2008, 08:11
Default Taking Course / Training
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I am willing to take a CFD training / course but I am still confuse about which software I should learn.

There are FLUENT or ANSYS CFX.

Can anyone please give me advices about which one of above CFD softwares that best suit for me an undergraduate student of mechanical engineering?

Remembering that the introductory training of course of CFD is pretty expensive so I shoud decide very carefully.

Thank you very much in advance

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Old   November 15, 2008, 08:51
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Both Fluent and Cfx are products of ANSYS, both are widely used in the industry, but now you have to spend your money and time learning one of them. I would go to study more about the fundamentals of CFD and Fluid mechanics, the knowledge gained is essential to these applications. Running a specific application is secondary to understanding what it does. Good luck
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