Fluids simulation software

  • 03-Sep-2008 10:08 EDT
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Exa's PowerFLOW 4.1 provides improved simulation performance, enhanced thermal management capabilities via PowerTHERM and PowerCOOL tools, and expanded animation functionality with PowerVIZ. Simulation performance is 20 to 40% faster than the previous version. A passenger comfort model enables skin temperature assessment, while a condenser model allows heat exchanger simulations. Other features include interior ducting simulation, direct movie file generation for results visualization, native 64-bit support for faster post-processing, and reduced memory and disk space requirements for aeroacoustic analysis.

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