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Samir Khan July 12, 2000 18:30

Flow-3D by FlowScience - Tutorial needed
 
Hi,

Does anyone have a tutorial (from a beginners perspective preferably) for Flow-3D by FlowScience.

Any help appreciated, Samir

Jim Park July 12, 2000 21:02

Re: Flow-3D by FlowScience - Tutorial needed
 
You might want to go back to "Discussions" and click the CFX button; post your request there. Or check their web page or call them. I know they have 'comprehensive' training for a price. Perhaps they would sell you the manuals, which are quite thorough.

But you really learn how to use the code by using it, and the entrance fees are not trivial.

Good luck.

Jonas Larsson July 13, 2000 07:20

Re: Flow-3D by FlowScience - Tutorial needed
 
Eh, Flow3D is a code developed by Flow Science - a US company. CFX is a code developed by AEA Technology - a UK company. AEA used to have a code called Flow3D also, hence this common mixup.

Jim Park July 13, 2000 09:27

Re: Flow-3D by FlowScience - Tutorial needed
 
Lord the Embarrassment!

I've used both and should know the difference. Thanks for correcting me Jonas.

Flow Science is a sponsor of this web site. They're at www.flow3d.com.

Sorry for the mixup.


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