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Time-limited trial (Free to try)
8.1 MB
Windows All
Yang Yaode(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
FlyCarpet is an application created system analysis in transient/steady state which can an be used for system simulation, steady calculation and optimization. Modeling and analyzing can be approached through the platform in FlyCarpet, and this software can be applied in many fields such as fluid system, fluid power, mechanical, control, electronic and electricity, chemical industry and so on. It is a rapid tool for engineering, research and education.

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