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IIS Opens Domestic CFD Application Shop
Posted Thu March 06, 2003 @03:39PM
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News The Indian Institute of Scienceís department of mechanical engineering has opened a design shop in Bangalore aiming for the domestic market in the emerging computational fluid dynamics (CFD) space.

So far most Indian companies working in this high-end area have been catering to in-house requirements and the Advanced Product Design and Prototyping outfit (APDAP) will be among the few players to offer this as a service from India They will mainly focus on the defence and Indian enterprise sector.

The product design services offered by APDAP will take a project right from the concept stage to industrial/product design, cost factoring, testing/validation, FEA (finite element analysis) to validate the design, virtual simulation and finally the rapid prototyping technique stage when a working model of the product will be made available besides also tying up on the manufacturing front.

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