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Old   September 14, 2010, 12:13
Default CenCom, CompAero, Turbomachinery users?
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Hi All,
CenCom is a 1-D turbomachinery analysis tool, and is a part of bigger suite called ComeAero, which is a commercial code.

While it is strictly not a CFD code, fundamentally it solves the conservation equations on the mean stream surface. The chances are very high that someone working with CFD might be using these packages.

I am just starting this thread to call attention of the other CenCom or CompAero users on the forum, and form a place, where we can discuss stuff.

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