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flamingotravel
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this tool
flamingotravel   8/9/2011 11:38:48 PM
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I think they are primarily used for architects, interior designers. With it, they will get the best.

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Beth Stackpole
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Re: Good addition for math guys
Beth Stackpole   8/9/2011 11:49:08 AM
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I think you're right, Chuck. And from what Autodesk says, they're targeting both the traditional CFD users (the math guys, as you say) in addition to more traditional CAD users who can now tap more accessible, but still robust CFD capabilities from within the familiar environment of their go-to design tool.

Charles Murray
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Good addition for math guys
Charles Murray   8/9/2011 10:46:23 AM
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The CFD users, who are essentially math guys, will welcome this. Sounds like it gives them a good entre into CAD software and makes it easier for them to start a simulation.



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