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Thomas N Ramsay, Kurt Zielinski: Computational radiator flow distribution method. Honda Motor, Fenwick & West, Mark Duell, May 29, 2012: US08190404

The present invention provides a method for analyzing airflow through a vehicle radiator and identifying how cooling openings in the vehicle affect airflow through the vehicle radiator. A plurality of pathlines each describing airflow through a vehicle front end and including a position identifier a ...


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Kurt Zielinski, Mike Unger, James McKillen, Karl Forster, Bob Larson: Efficient process for evaluating engine cooling airflow performance. Honda Motor, Mark E Duell Esq, Emerson Thomson Bennett, April 12, 2011: US07925479

The present invention generally relates to processes for predicting airflow rates. According to some embodiments, some process steps can include developing a three-dimensional computer-aided design model of a test body topology; discretizing the test body topology; discretizing a volume surrounding ...


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Thomas N Ramsay, Kurt Zielinski: Computational radiator flow distribution method. Honda Fenwick, March 5, 2009: US20090063116-A1

The present invention provides a method for analyzing airflow through a vehicle radiator and identifying how cooling openings in the vehicle affect airflow through the vehicle radiator. A plurality of pathlines each describing airflow through a vehicle front end and including a position identifier a ...


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Kurt Zielinski, Mike Unger, James McKillen, Karl Forster, Bob Larson: Efficient process for evaluating engine cooling airflow performance. Honda R&D Americas, Brouse Mcdowell Lpa, January 22, 2009: US20090024374-A1

The present invention generally relates to processes for predicting airflow rates. According to some embodiments, some process steps can include developing a three-dimensional computer-aided design model of a test body topology; discretizing the test body topology; discretizing a volume surrounding ...