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Old   May 14, 2000, 08:04
Default searching a copmany(professional in using STAR-CD) for doing a project in HVAC system of vehicle
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Morteza Marivani
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hi there, My company is interested in analysing HVAC system of new car by Star-cd or fluent5. Every company that is expert in using on of the above softwares and has good experience in doing a project like this can contact me.

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Old   May 14, 2000, 10:44
Default Re:There is a Job section you can use
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John C. Chien
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(1). This is the discussion section. (2). If you move over to the job section, it will stay there for a while. The messages here will be pushed away quickly by new messages.
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Old   May 14, 2000, 22:49
Default I believe the gentleman is looking for a company
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I belive the gentleman is looking for a company to take up a consulting project, rather than an individual. I suppose you already thought of the obvious - check with the code vendor's user support or consulting services ..

<FONT COLOR="RED">Perhaps CFD-ONLINE can maintain a new forum to advertise consulting project opportunities.

I myself would be interested in a forum like that, to assess the state of the "market". I currently work for a CFD company (hence the alias in my email address!) but maybe I can set up shop on my own later ..

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Old   May 15, 2000, 05:53
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In order to promote some discussion, may I ask why your company feels it important that the work is performed using STAR-CD or FLUENT?

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Old   May 15, 2000, 06:17
Default Re: searching a copmany(professional in using STAR-CD) for doing a project in HVAC system of vehicle
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hi, because we are going to purchase one of them.
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Old   May 15, 2000, 09:19
Default Re: I believe the gentleman is looking for a company
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John C. Chien
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(1). In that case, would it be easier to become a sponsor ? (2). I don't know whether it is cost effective this way.
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Old   May 15, 2000, 11:44
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I am still curious about the decision process and do not mean to imply any criticism since I am sure you know your business far better than I do.

If one employs an expert body to solve a problem outside one's area of expertise, it is usually wise to be as clear as possible about what to solve but not how to solve it (they are the experts after all). Has the requirement to use STAR-CD or FLUENT come from other considerations? Perhaps they are considered the market leaders? A customer wants you to use them? You are aware they have been successfully used before for this type of work? Would you be happy to adopt another commercial product if it was suggested? Would you be comfortable with free but unsupported software?

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