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The Five Myths of Computational Fluid Dynamics
Posted Tue August 28, 2012 @09:46AM
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News Certain myths often stand in the way of greater use of CFD in the early phases of mechanical design.

A Mentor Graphics technical paper explains the impact of advancements in CFD software to encourage wider use of CFD by more companies and engineers to improve product performance, reduce time to market, and lower engineering costs.


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In this complimentary technical paper the following myths are addressed and challenged:
  • Myth #1: CFD is too Difficult to be used in the Design Process
  • Myth #2: CFD Takes Too Long to Use During the Design Process
  • Myth #3: CFD is too Expensive to be Used by Mechanical Designers
  • Myth #4: You Can't Directly use your CAD Model to do CFD Analysis
  • Myth #5: Most Products Don't Need CFD Analysis

An article for engineers or managers who have outsourced their CFD to other departments or companies. Equally of value for CFD experts looking at productivity and workflow improvements.

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