International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )
In this study the different types of simulation software of fluid and heat transfer problems are demonstrated and discussed. Such softwares are studied here like: CFD, ANSYS, and Solidworks. The efficient method used in simulations are analyzing and compared to select the best one, the analysis results depends on time consumed in simulation for the same problem and the accuracy of the results.
simulation, softwares, CFD, ANSYS, Solidworks, heat transfer, fluid mechanics.
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