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CFD for Building and Architectural Applications
Posted Thu February 28, 2013 @10:53AM
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Announcements Cradle will offer a two day scSTREAM basic seminar, March 12-13, 2013 in Dayton, OH, focusing on use of Cradle's general purpose, structured grid CFD software for building and architectural applications.

scSTREAM V10 offers unique capabilities for the building and architecture industries including direct importation of ArchiCAD and Revit design data, and ability to accommodate models as large as 1 billion elements using the parallel, HPC (high performance computing) edition.

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The main objectives of this course are to familiarize attendees with the basic operation of scSTREAM and to equip them to solve typical thermal/CFD design problems for both indoor HVAC and external building aerodynamics applications. Attendees will acquire knowledge about the basic operation of scSTREAM, simulation validation, and an introduction to applicable advanced functions.

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