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Fluid prediction

Stand A140

Latest developments in Concentration, Heat & Momentums computational fluid dynamics software will be on display at ICAT. Phoenix 3.1 has been designed by CHAM to simulate a range of fluid flows, from operation of air conditioning to prediction of oil spill patterns. It incorporates a virtual reality interface and drop down menus to simplify operation. Items such as walls, chairs, fans and heat sources can all be selected, re-sized and positioned within the virtual environment, says the firm. Simulations can also be displayed, allowing the effect of work to be seen before the project has left the drawing board.

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