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CFD's Expanding Role
Posted Fri March 02, 2007 @06:25PM
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News The Desktop Engineering article CFD's Expanding Role describes how improvements in several key areas has lead to new and old users embracing CFD in new applications.
Paul Bemis, Fluent’s vice president of product management, offers this straightforward perspectives. “In the past, CFD was used by people who had no choice, working on jets, rockets, and overheated car engines,” he says. “They used CFD primarily as a forensic tool to understand failure. Now, with better predictability (results), people use CFD to help with the design decision process, hoping to optimize at the beginning.”

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