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Old   August 22, 2008, 06:00
Default I want to know which software will be best
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hanman
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Hi to every one,

Even though i know very well about CFD, but I dont have much knowledge in commercial prouducts in CFD like like Fluent, CFX and Numeca etc..why because still now i used inhouse developed code for my simulations.. Now our company want to start new CFD group for simulation of Pumps and Propulsion systems.. we want to purchase one commencial software,, i want to know which one will be the best for simulating propulsion(let it be aero or marine propulsion), hydraulic pump simulation ..

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Old   August 22, 2008, 19:22
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Hi, I am inclined for NUMECA. Great support, turbomachinery FINE/Turbo should fit your pump simulation needs. From my old job I know that if you get in contact with them you could ask to run a benchmark, that way you'll be able to make a decision based on results...
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Old   October 7, 2008, 03:05
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please tall me about of top software company
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