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Dynamic aerodynamics of the jet engine?

Dynamic aerodynamics of the jet engine?

Dynamic aerodynamics of the jet engine?

For a small project I need a computer simulation of intake of air from a jet engine. Just how is sucked air and how will change the flow if it is a change of the design of the engine. I found the program Autodesk Flow Design, but it is not the air flow with the engine running. There could be a model with the engine running, but I do not know. So I write here. Basically that's what I need
but with dynamic indicators at different speed of the plane and most importantly - how the jet engine suck the air? What is the aerodynamics when jet engine sucks the air in defined hardware configuration?
Thank you!

RE: Dynamic aerodynamics of the jet engine?

Thanks for the reply!
How to do this or information on how to make?

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