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Old   December 21, 2010, 13:22
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I need to find the presion coefficient in structures using CFD

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Old   December 23, 2010, 05:48
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Dear Maurys,

I wish to give you two suggestions it you want to get quick and helpful answers.
  1. Try to give a concise and clear definition of your question with the needed background.
  2. Try to use a clear language (e.g., I had to look up "presion" in a dictionary to find out it is the Spanish word for "pressure" - but most readers won't bother to decode it). It may require more efforts from you (and others, like me, for whom English is a foreign language), but it is definitely needed for better communications.

Good luck, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
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Old   December 23, 2010, 08:02
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Thank Rami, I speak Spanish and it is the reason that its to dificult to us to speak English, but i will do my best. Can you help me with some information about the pressure coefficient in structures???

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Thank Rami, I speak Spanish and it is the reason that its to dificult to us to speak English, but i will do my best. Can you help me with some information about the pressure coefficient in structures???
Hola Maurys,

If I correctly understand what you mean by "pressure coefficient in structures" (is it about the wind flow around buildings?) - I am not your man, sorry. As to English, I am not an English teacher, and also struggle with it a bit, but it is important to be clearly understood here - isn't it?

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Old   December 23, 2010, 13:44
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Thenk rami, im so glad that you have asked me.

Could you recommend somebody that work in the topic I work???
I will really apreciate any help..
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Hi Maurys,
Please give some more details so others can help you

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