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Old   June 28, 2012, 11:59
Question Finding the right CFD software
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Im in need of some help finding the right software for me. Basically i need to be able to create a 3D model of a Data Centre. Once that is done all i really need is to be able to show the hot and cold areas and thermal image of the Data Centre.

It does not need to be a program that can do thousands of things as this is mainly just something that i need to add into my report so that the directors will see what areas were of concern before (too hot, too cold) and now see those areas have been rectified.

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