Seeing as though Autodesk have now released CFD simulation, and considering that Solidworks comes with CFD simulation built in, what's the chance of them incorporating this into Inventor like they did with FEA and Alias tools?
Seems highly unlikely to me, but I wish it would happen!
Been trying to justify the cost of Autodesk Multiphysics 2012 but I just can't get there yet.
CFD Simulation is much costlier than Inventor
i doubt chances of including CFd with Inventor
I really hope so.. Whats the chances of them including 3d studio max, alias,mudbox, sketchbook with Inventor for free.. Oh yeah they did. I'd much rather have just Inventor and CFD than those other programs.
Whats the chances of them including 3d studio max, alias,mudbox, sketchbook with Inventor for free.. Oh yeah they did..
That's what got me thinking about this. It was once unthinkable that CAD would include FEA but now it's standard, and flow simulation has been included in entry level Solidworks for a while now. So now that Autodesk have bought the technology I would think that including it in Inventor would open up a whole new client base for them.
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