MultiElement Airfoils: Commercial Product Info.

MultiElement Airfoils is the fastest and most flexible package around for analyzing 2-D flows with multiple airfoils and bodies. The
Interactive AirfoilEditor allows users to place objects in the flow, move them around with the mouse and and generate an instant solution. MultiElement Airfoils can compute lift, drag and moments for any configuration within a few seconds on a PC. Because of its speed and accuracy, MultiElement Airfoils can be used to rapidly create and validate 2-D models of airplane wings, race car spoilers, hydrofoils, keels/rudders, sails, wings in ground effect, fans, turbines and other high performing devices. It contains generators for NACA 4, 5, and 6-digit airfoils, the UIUC airfoil database and has tools to read-in and analyze custom airfoils. MultiElement Airfoils can plot airfoils on your printer or export airfoils to .DXF files. If you need to reduce conceptual design to minutes instead of weeks, then MultiElement Airfoils is worth considering. It was designed and written by Patrick Hanley, Ph.D. and is backed by full time technical help.
Developed for professionals and academia, MultiElement Airfoils is the perfect solution for the following problems:
High lift wing configurations Race car front wings and rear spoilers in ground effect Biplane wings Keel-rudder interaction Double keel/rudder configurations Hydrofoils in shallow water Sail interactions Stability issues and many other problems.
PRICES Single Seat License: $1,495.00 per seat Two to Five Seats: $800.00 per seat Six to Nine Seats: $675.00 per seat Ten or More Seats: $595.00 per seat Upgrade from VisualFoil/WingAnalysis Plus/SailAero: $1,250.00 per seat Note: MEFoil-200 No Longer Available.
PURCHASE OPTIONS OnLine using Credit Cards: 42620
EXAMPLE PROBLEMS Race car wing example
Stability analysis:
Please do not hesitate to email or call me if you have any questions.
Best regards, Patrick Hanley, Ph.D.
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