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Old   May 29, 2020, 10:42
Default Modelling a Flying aeroplane.
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Hi Everyone,
Im working on a project which involves me to evaluate all the crash scenarios of an airplane. In this case is there any simulation software in which i can model the airplane and fly it and see how it crashes ?
Can this be done in CFD softwares? as the cfd software have fuid flow but the object remains stationary. While in this case its the opposite.
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