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Can CFD equations can be run in matlab?

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Vishwadarpan H
Vishwadarpan H on 3 Feb 2016
Commented: Rik on 5 Nov 2021
I would like to study the all the Conservation of Mass, Momentum and energy equation for a Automotive domain to evaluate the Parameters for Pressure drop, Tempeartres

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guiseppe jusseau
guiseppe jusseau on 14 May 2017
A fast way to quickly get set up and running with CFD simulations in Matlab is probably the FEATool Multiphysics toolbox where you can use the Matlab GUI to set up and solve your model (or command line if you are advanced user), see for example see this video tutorial:

QuickerSim on 5 Aug 2021
You may also check out the QuickerSim CFD Toolbox for MATLAB. It is a third-party toolbox for solving fluid flows in the MATLAB environment. You can create heat transfer and fluid flow simulations in 2-D and 3-D, and reveive all parameters you asked about.
The toolbox provides the user with efficient CFD solvers and auxiliary (e.g. mesh-manipulation, preprocessing, and postprocessing) functions inside of MATLAB.
You can check out the free code or ask for a trial full verion here.
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Rik on 5 Nov 2021
@Walter Roberson I don't think this is spam, although it is fairly close to being an ad. I would suggest leaving this answer in place and let people decide for themselves wether they want to give this a try.

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