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Old   February 24, 2016, 02:57
Default CFD software computation/application for car park
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Nestor Bong
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Good day!.

I'm so desperate with my studies since it involves CFD application and computation in basement car park,with 6 inlet outside fresh air supply (23.47 deg.C).I want to determine where CO and NO flows, based from 20 parked cars. The parking area dimension: 28mx16mx2.85m.

Please help me with my project. anybody who will lend a hand, to provide basic CFD computation,with graphical analysis, to disperse CO and NO at the car park, and to identify where these gases are? for me to justify if installing jet fan is necessary?

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Thank you and God bless..!.

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Old   February 24, 2016, 04:36
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Dear nestor,

We are a CFD consulting and software house company. Ill write you a private message asap

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