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Old   November 11, 2010, 14:27
Question Appropriate CFD software
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HI, I work for a small company, we design valves, nozzles, couplings amongst other things. I am now trying to introduce CFD software to our design efforts, we use Pro-e for our designs. Can anyone point me towards the most appropriate software to be used with pro-e for the kinds of products described above, also if you can give a ball park price for the software, that would help me on my search narrowing the options to further research. Thanks for your help!
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Old   November 12, 2010, 08:57
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You can use open FOAM:
It doesn't cost U a cent. Otherwise, you can buy commercial Softwares like Fluent, Ansys CFX etc. They're expensive though.

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