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Use CFD to Design an Environmentally Friendly Car

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AnandY   6/28/2014 5:35:26 AM
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The use of computers to make environmental friendly cars is not a bad idea and will help get off these air polluting cars off the road. Global warming is an issue that needs to be dealt with soon because the climate is changing at a very irregular rate. The water level increasing in the world and drought due to insufficient rainfall are among the things that bring about by air pollution which contributes greatly to global warming.

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Daniyal_Ali   6/24/2014 10:24:57 AM
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Nicely done Mehul. This shows that environment friendly cars are not solely based on renewable energy but we can make one by changing our approach towards the manufacturing of the cars. Even the Solar and Electric Cars are all made under a process which is not entirely renewable, so yes CFD in the manufacturing and production phase can help us make truly zero-emission vehicles instead of what we claim today.

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