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Old   October 14, 1998, 16:56
Default Commercial CFD code
Hanson G. He
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Does anybody know where I can find a trial version or DEMO of a 3-D commercial CFD code? I have been working on an in-house 3-D CFD code development. I'd like to know what a commercial CFD code looks like and how it works but I know I cannot afford to buy one as a student.Regards.

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Old   October 15, 1998, 08:49
Default Re: Commercial CFD code
Philip Zwart
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One possibility would be to attend a training course for a commercial product. This still costs $$$, of course, but much less than the licence fee. I know AEA has these quite frequently, and some people attend just to learn about code capabilities. Presumably Fluent, Star, etc do the same. Good luck,

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