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Old   April 19, 2004, 08:31
Default CFD-ACE+
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Any one use CFD-ACE+? Could the manager of this website establish the forum for CFD-ACE+?
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Old   April 19, 2004, 14:36
Default Re: CFD-ACE+
Jonas Larsson
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I discussed with CFDRC some time ago about opening a forum here at CFD Online for CFD-ACE, CFD-Fastran and other CFDRC products. However, we never followed up on it. I suspect that there are not enough CFDRC users to support a discussion forum - you need a certain critical number of users to get the discussions going and keep the momentum.

If I get a lot of requests for a CFDRC forum I will condsider opening one here at CFD Online. In the mean time CFDRC users are very welcome to use the main forum to discuss CFDRC related things. If we get a lot of CFDRC discussions going here I will open a separate CFDRC forum.
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Old   April 19, 2004, 21:43
Default Re: CFD-ACE+
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I am pretty sure that a lot of visitors here do use CFDRC. I think it's only a matter of starting out.

So let me ask the first one:

Has anyone tried their new beta software? Have you noticed anything different in the flow solver?
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Old   April 20, 2004, 11:16
Default Re: CFD-ACE+
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CFDRC no longer owns the CFD-ACE and CFD-Fastran softwares. They are now owned by ESI. See press release <>
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