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Old   October 15, 2002, 23:54
Default looking for a problem could be solved by CFX5.5.1
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I am a student. Now I am studying Compuatational Fulid dynamics and heat transfer. The teacher require us to find a 3-D prolbem which can be solved using commerical CFD software. Becauae I am really new to CFD,I wonder if somebody can provide a practical problem to me. I hope this problem could be solved with CFX5.5.1, and I prefer to solve a problem related to HVAC or Electronic cooling or Heat exchanger design. Thanks!
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Old   October 16, 2002, 16:01
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Why don't you post this message in the CFX-forum?

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