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Old   August 27, 2013, 00:56
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Hello,

COMSOL Multiphysics, Adina CFD

Both are powerful softwares, I worked with them performing some 2-way fluid-structure interaction simulation.

I suggest adding a category for them.
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Old   September 9, 2013, 09:17
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I have quetsion , i am astudent ,and i started working just right now CFD? but everything is new for me, Is any Body can help me how to start CFD for building in ANSYS?
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Old   September 9, 2013, 13:33
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I have quetsion , i am astudent ,and i started working just right now CFD? but everything is new for me, Is any Body can help me how to start CFD for building in ANSYS?
There're bunch of softwares you can use for CFD including Adina, Comsol, Ansys CFX, Ansys Fluent, ...

I suggest one of the most famous ones, Ansys Fluent.
If this is your first time you're going to learn Fluent, I should mention that there're couple of step by step tutorials available in `Ansys documentation -> Fluent -> Tutorials` which you can use...
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There're bunch of softwares you can use for CFD including Adina, Comsol, Ansys CFX, Ansys Fluent, ...

I suggest one of the most famous ones, Ansys Fluent.
If this is your first time you're going to learn Fluent, I should mention that there're couple of step by step tutorials available in `Ansys documentation -> Fluent -> Tutorials` which you can use...
Dear mustofa
Thank you very much for your responce, As you mentioned this is my first time to start in this analyis,I would appreciate if you can send me some tutorials step by step how to do it?
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Hello,

COMSOL Multiphysics, Adina CFD

Both are powerful softwares, I worked with them performing some 2-way fluid-structure interaction simulation.

I suggest adding a category for them.
I'm working with ADINA since 1985 and I work with ADINA-F since 2002; I approve your suggestion for a new sub-forum, also for Comsol.
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