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Old   January 21, 2003, 05:03
Default Pro\Engineer and Matlab
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Can PROE and Matlab do CFD simulation ?
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Old   January 21, 2003, 07:49
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You can program MatLab to do it (good luck!) or buy the toolbox 'Femlab' (www.femlab.com). We have developped many 1D and 2D code for smoke propagation in tunel but I will not recommand Matlab to simulat Fluid Dynamics

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Old   January 22, 2003, 02:21
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Why not Steve?

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Old   January 22, 2003, 03:53
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1 Femlab has already done it 2 Matlab is slower than Fortran, so when I need to solve the NS equations (a simplifed form) I use Fortran even if I prefer to program in Matlab
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Old   January 22, 2003, 14:12
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I can do CFD with my pencil and paper..might take me a while(along with many pencils and couple of trees worth of paper) but I could do it. ...a better question to ask is how efficient is a tool for doing CFD. To that I would say for all but the smallest problems Matlab is too slow..better off sticking with a compiled language.
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Old   January 23, 2003, 02:56
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I think so. Matlab has slow progressing to run a complex codes. But, Matlab has many many numerical toolbox to solve the mathematical model and easy to use this toolbox. Matlab has also an easy in the plotting the calculation results.
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Old   February 4, 2003, 17:17
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Also you can convert your Matlab code into C and compile it. So it should be close to Fortran code in terms of speed.
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