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using CFD IN CREO PARAMETRIC

deia_2008
1-Newbie

using CFD IN CREO PARAMETRIC

is it possible to make CFD analysis by creo for example for the nozzles analysis . if it possible i need any pdf book talking about this matter


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There is no fluid flow available from PTC today. Others like ANSYS or Simulation CFD allow you to integrate with versions of their software, but you need to buy licenses from them.

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Ansys has a module that can be integrated with Creo using Ansys Workbench. and there are other stand-alone analysis tools

how to add this module and how to deal with it? thanks for reply

Buy a license from Ansys.

hi demac,

if you have a floefd licence defently you can make nozzle problems and find out what is mach number, velocity, and stress also.

floefd is very easy to make you a cfd problems than ansys because floefd integrated with creo.

thanks,

Rajkannan

There is no fluid flow available from PTC today. Others like ANSYS or Simulation CFD allow you to integrate with versions of their software, but you need to buy licenses from them.

DRFaust
5-Regular Member
(To:deia_2008)

We create all models in Creo Parametric and use CFD software from Novus Nexus for meshing

The software is called "Fluid Nexus" and I highly recommend it.

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