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Ask CFX About CFD Development
Posted Thu August 15, 2002 @01:18PM
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News Have you ever wanted to ask a commercial CFD software vendor how they choose features for their codes? What their development environment is like? Or, how many people it takes to develop a commerical quality CFD code? Here is your chance!

Dr. Michael Raw, Vice President of Product Development for CFX, has agreed to answer 10 of the best questions submitted to this thread. Valid questions range from numerical modeling to commerical software development and planning.

Dr. Raw is one of the original authors of the CFX series of CFD solvers and has been working on commercial CFD for 15+ years. He has worked extensively in both structured and unstructured flow solver development.

So post your questions and we'll send off the best ones for Dr. Raw's reply which will be posted here when complete.


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