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Old   October 1, 2009, 15:08
Default Seeking someone to model micro waterjet nozzle
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Hi,

I am working for a start-up in Silicon Valley.

We have an application with waterjets thru a 200 micron nozzle. The chamber on the water side makes a big difference to jet quality, i.e, whether a jet forms at all.

I need someone to take our solidworks drawings and model the jet.

Does anyone know of someone or a company qualified to do this?

Much Thanks,
Dan
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Old   October 1, 2009, 18:13
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What exactly do you want the modeling to investigate? There are a number of commerical vendors/ consultants who would be glad to assist you. Many of them even browse through the CFD forums. I would suggest you to decide on your budget, timeline and the exact kind of investigation necessary. That might help you a bit more to choose on what to do next.
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Old   October 5, 2009, 11:38
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Hi,
Waterjet simulation through micro-jets can be performed using commerical/open source codes. What is the requirement of the project - predicting breakup or proving that the jet would be intact?

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Hi,

I am working for a start-up in Silicon Valley.

We have an application with waterjets thru a 200 micron nozzle. The chamber on the water side makes a big difference to jet quality, i.e, whether a jet forms at all.

I need someone to take our solidworks drawings and model the jet.

Does anyone know of someone or a company qualified to do this?

Much Thanks,
Dan
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Old   October 8, 2009, 11:31
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Dear Grupp,

I am a computational fluid dynamics analyst with AMEC Ltd. We have a specilist team of CFD analysts that could potentailly hellp you with your problem. However, we would require more information from you with specific details.

I would be more than happy to continue this via E-mail: My name is Dr. Nick Camus, and my address is:

nicholas.camus@amec.com

I look forward to hearing from you...

Nick
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