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Autodesk Simulation CFD

What is Autodesk Simulation CFD?

Autodesk Simulation CFD’s software offers flexible fluid flow as well as thermal solution tools to assist users in making choices early in the product development process. They can easily explore and compare design alternatives, and understand better the implications of their design choices before manufacturing. Users can link their CAD system to Simulation CFD analysis software. They can use this program to improve their design processes – As well as use the Simulation CFD Application Programming Interface to automate and customize their tasks. Analysis results can be combined from Simulation CFDs with dedicated visualization tools to make photo-realistic renderings. Inoperability can be gained with Showcase, VRED, 3ds Max and Maya.

They can also learn about the flexible solving options in the Simulation CFD. Users can continue working locally while they solve in the cloud. They will be able to study their design iterations within an intuitive workflow. Innovation can be driven by offering product teams with data to create informed design choices. Geometry and solution-based meshing automation can also be used. Users can simulate the interface between gases and liquids with free surface modelling abilities.

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