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This is the flow volume, either modeled from scratch or using the pre-existing tools to extract the data from the product model. The Fluent for CATIA workflow is built directly into the V5 interface, with entities within the PPR tree (to the left) and with its own workbench (to the right).
  
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Fluent for CATIA V5 2.0 Reviewed
Posted Wed May 16, 2007 @09:09AM
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News Desktop Engineering has reviewed Fluent for CATIA V5 and found the integration of the two software packages to be well done.
The first thing to understand is that the whole system is built into and takes place within CATIA V5 ó there are no external applications. This means that itís built to both take advantage of the existing simulation and analysis tools already within CATIA V5 and to extend their use for a CFD workflow. As such, if youíre familiar with CATIA V5, then the starting point for any review, the interface, will be immediately familiar. The Fluent for CATIA tools are found within the analysis and simulation application group.

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