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Old   July 14, 2001, 10:17
Default Phoenics - FLAIR Software
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Tammy Richardson
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Has anyone used Phoenics' special purpose FLAIR program for building ventilation design? I work at a ventilation consulting firm, and we wanted to trial the program. We haven't used a CFD approach yet, so I'm somewhat concerned about the learning curve (with our degreed engineers). I am specifically interested in ease of use and support.

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Old   July 15, 2001, 15:41
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John C. Chien
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(1). "To Run a Code" is very simple. You need to get the vendor's step-by-step instructions. (2). "To Model it Right and Get the Right Answer" is another story. No one provides warranty so far. (3). I would try to get the place where the right answer is provided, instead of a code which will give you headache day-and-night. (4). Well, you can always try and get your hands wet, so that vendors of the code can stay alive longer. And if you still have questions about your solution, there is a forum here ready for you. Have a nice trip to the CFD world.
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