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Old   April 13, 2003, 12:44
Default Full System Solution Provider?
Donald Casteel
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I am starting up a new business, and need a complete solution (hardware, software, setup, training, and support).

My particular project requires full parametric design, and CFD capabilities (pre,solve,post). These systems should work seamlessly together and should be ready to run out-of-the-box. My modeling experience is primairly with Unigraphics, however the solution choice will be made from a "seamless integration" perspective rather than by a particular software name.

I have no CFD experience, but I do know I will require full 3D multiphase capability with airflow and interaction with model components which are driven by airflow. The airflow must react to external heating and changes in density and humidity. I will need to study pressure, velocity, and temperature gradients over time.

Any help you can provide will be appreciated.

Donald Casteel
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