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  1. Re: Commercial Engineering Applications For Linux

    It is actually used in some big companies. Some academic insitutions use them as well.

    http://www.redhat.com/videos/customers_cdadapco.html

    I guess they are fairly into Linux.
  2. Re: Commercial Engineering Applications For Linux

    How about Star-cd?
    http://www.cd-adapco.com/press_room/dynamics/23/linux.html
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    Re: Scilab or Octave

    I have actually find Python to be very interesting and promising. Not difficult to learn but probably not for task that needs the speed like C++ and Fortran.

    Advice?
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    Salome & CFX

    Has anyone have any experience using Salome for CFX?

    I am using Linux at home and of course can't afford to have a CFX licence at home. However, I always need to use CFX at work. I am wondering if...
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    [all variants] Re: [Solution] SCIM on Pidgin

    Personal experience actually. SCIM works without tweaking for all the applications (Firefox, text, openoffice, etc). So I tried to search for a solution for myself and found that there were quite a...
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    [all variants] [Solution] SCIM on Pidgin

    SCIM might work for many applications (e.g. firefox, songbird, etc). However, many people found that it doesn't integrate well with Pidgin.

    Here are two solutions that I found on a website
    ...
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    chemical database

    Is there any good/free chemical database for individual or very small business? e.g. properties of fluids, chemical composition etc.

    Also is there an alternative to Knovel?

    Thanks
  8. Thread: Simulation

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    Re: Simulation

    I have never tried the Linux version myself. I did however remember that they generally support the Redhat/Suse based distribution. Not sure if it is as easy to install in the debian/Ubuntu based...
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    Re: Hard drive platter

    Keep me in touch about the plates which i meant. I am just thinking of how I can recycle those old harddisk of mine.
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    Hard drive platter

    Are the plates in the hard drive platter conductive? Just out of plain curiosity
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    Re: Creating IGES / STEP models

    Not sure if that is useful to you. Have you tried Salome platform?

    http://www.salome-platform.org/home/presentation/geom/
  12. Thread: Simulation

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    Re: Simulation

    Is it CFD that you are looking for? I think OpenFOAM might be something you can have a look.
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    Re: Array size in Octave

    Apparently no one responded but this does appear that I can only have 100K elements in an array within Octave. After trying to put my script with 100K elements and 100001 elements, both gives a...
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    Array size in Octave

    Anyone know what is the maximum size that an array can take in octave?

    I have 120000 values wanting to put in an array
    when I did so, I found that I can only get 100000?

    what I did is
    ...
  15. Thread: Ansys_help

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    Re: Ansys_help

    It might sound silly but did you put those content file into the appropriate folder? I remember I had that problem when I install the window's version.

    I also think that there is a pdf version of...
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    Re: mean of a parabola

    Thanks both.

    I have gotten it somewhere that say
    V_mean = (2/3)* V_max (laminar)
    V_mean = (49/60) * V_max (Turbulent)

    Any idea where this originate from?

    Of course jpkotta...
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    Re: mean of a parabola

    Actually I should state that more clearly.

    I have a velocity profile that is parabolic in a pipe. I want to find the mean velocity of this profile. How can I do it? I remember that V_mean =...
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    mean of a parabola

    Strangely, I just can't find the method from google how to find a mean value from a parabola?

    Any help?

    Cheers
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    Re: Scilab or Octave

    I personally prefer octave over scilab. I normally have alot of matlab files from previous workers and converting them into scilab using the built-in convertor normally will cause minor errors....
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    Filter Data in Matlab/Octave

    I have an output as follows

    E.g
    output=[Time1 Data1 Count1
    Time1 Data2 Count2
    Time1 Data3 Count3
    Time2 Data1 Count1
    Time2 Data2 Count2
    Time2 Data3...
  21. Re: Accessing Octave/Scilab from a web browser

    To continue the discussion, this provides a better site for web-octave
    http://knn.mimuw.edu.pl/weboctave-project/

    The download is available in sourceforge.
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    Removing complex number in Octave

    I have generated some output from a script. However, all my values have a complex number term.
    E.g.
    1.431333666746343+0i
    4.691718399388015+0i
    8.164995189955654+0i
    10.03549833370017+0i...
  23. Accessing Octave/Scilab from a web browser

    I am wondering if there is something similar to the matlab web browser whereby I can input data from a webpage and do the backend simulation using octave/scilab instead of matlab?

    Thanks and...
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    Re: Move form matlab to Scientific Python

    While I have no extensive experience in python, I foresee a problem when you try to transist from one language to another. For example, some of the older codes in my lab uses Fortran while others are...
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    Re: Move form matlab to Scientific Python

    While I have no extensive experience in python, I foresee a problem when you try to transist from one language to another. For example, some of the older codes in my lab uses Fortran while others are...
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