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Old   May 16, 2009, 14:20
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I am new here, so Hello to everyone.

I am student and I am working on my MA thesis. I am writing here to get some models. Can anyone recommend me website with 3d cad models of ball, throttle, flow, pressure valves, cylinders and another elements used in automatic, that are worth to analyze in CFX. I have checked festo, bosch rexroth websites, but they offer only models without internal paths. I be very grateful for your help.

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Old   May 18, 2009, 04:20
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I think the problem are the "rights" on their products, because of this rights they don't will give you any data's/details.
I think you can to buy the products and to cut them and make your own modell.

I think you should make this for 3-4 units and then you have enough "data's" to write your MA because you must validate your calculations...
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