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Old   October 14, 2005, 04:40
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Hi! I am a Ph.D student and a new one with CFD programs. I would like to tell me if anyone knows wich is the best program for thermal analysis and airflow in buildings? Sould I buy ANSYS CFX or FLUENT?
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Old   October 14, 2005, 08:02
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Hi apostolos,

I am Pavitran , presently I am doing my Master thesis at Swedish National Testing and Research Institute.

My topic of investigation is 'Numerical Simulation of Indoor air'

I am using FLUENT, It is giving good results for room air flows .I am validating my results with LDA data.

I dont have any idea about CFX.

If any one suggests CFX, I would like to know in what way it is better than FLUENT for room air flows.

regards/ Pavitran D
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