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Really Anonymous 17/04/06(Thu)10:17 No. 16482 ID: 55153b
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File 149146667596.png - (194.21KB , 538x425 , Thruster4.png )

I just wanted to make cool simulations and maybe invent something I dont know

So I downloaded Openfoam and apparently you need to be a master computer scientist just to be able to even start the program? How can I make things like pic related but easier?


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Anonymous 17/04/22(Sat)00:03 No. 16487 ID: 643b6c

blender can do fluidsimulations, fogsimulations, flamesimulations.


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Anonymous 17/05/25(Thu)05:04 No. 16508 ID: 5465dc

SketchUp will let you easily build models. Pretty sure you can import them into better simulators.




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