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Old   February 18, 2009, 08:02
Default Need to pick CFD solution to use in-design dep.
Mohamed Abdel Moniem
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In my company we need to integrate CFD solution in the design cycle. we design and manufacturing HVAC System Components e.x ( volume dampers, fire dampers, Louvers,......) . But I need to know which solution will be better from the technical and financial point. we already using SolidWorks for the cad work is cosmosfloworks will be the best to use or we have to go to something else.
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Old   February 24, 2009, 12:37
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Hi Mohamed,

I am with the CFdesign team, and we have a lot of customers in your industry. CFdesign integrates with all major CAD systems, including SolidWorks. I would love to discuss this with you more. Please, email me ( to set up a time for a call or with your questions. Thanks!

Claire ______________________________ Claire Lessiau EMEA Channel Technical Manager Blue Ridge Numerics Cell: +33 (0) 6 30 55 68 33 Skype: claire.lessiau
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