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Old   December 15, 2005, 11:40
Default Finite Element vs Cartesian Grip methods
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Hi I'm looking at chosing a CFD package (CFDesign or Floworks) to do some electronics enclosure thermal and CFD analysis. Thats is the advantage of Cartesian grid methods beside the Finite element methods And which method give more accurate result. Give you opinions.


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