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Old   May 17, 1999, 15:58
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Chris Johnson
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Does anyone know of a shareware / freeware / demo CFD program for DOS / Windows 3.1 / Windows 95 (not Windows NT). I would like to experiment with turbulance in stepped pipes, as well as simple aerodynamics.

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Old   May 17, 1999, 22:38
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T.J. Wanat
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CHAM offers a shareware version of Phoenics and a company called Softflo has a demo version of their program Flo++.
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Old   May 25, 1999, 08:27
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Chen Xiaoming
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I'm learning Partarkar's book - "Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow". For this reason, I think CHAM's Phonenics shareware version 1.3 with source code might be very helpful to me. However, it's not available in CHAM now. Who can tell me how to obtain it in places other than CHAM? Thanks for any generous help!
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Old   May 25, 1999, 21:08
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T.J. Wanat
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I didn't know that CHAM had ever provided the source code as shareware. ASME has the shareware available, but not with the source code.
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Old   May 30, 1999, 06:44
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Thank you for your help. I've downloaded the phoenixs1.4 from ASME. But I don't know how to install it. It seems the installation requires more than one disk. Could you tell me how to do? My computer system is a 80486 under DOS.
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Old   May 31, 1999, 22:31
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I just took another look at the ASME archive. It is necessary to download three separate files from the archive. The installation has been broken up to allow copying it onto disks.
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