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Old   June 27, 2019, 12:07
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Hi All,

I am currently dwelling into climate control studies for automotive industry. As I wanted help in understanding whether to choose fluent or powerflow or Acusolve for this type of cfd work.
Please note, I will using the software only for climate control studies along with acoustics and cost is a major factor.

Appreciate your replies,

Thanks in Advance,

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