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Flow Design

Flow Design is virtual wind tunnel software for product designers, engineers, and architects. It models airflow around design concepts to help test ideas early in the development cycle.

This product will no longer be available for Education in 2020

Available for use by students and educators only. Only applications using a valid school domain address will be accepted. Please note that only one member from a project team need apply for a license of BIM 360.

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Note: Sign in or create an account below to get access using your Autodesk ID with Education benefits. Then download the software and use your Autodesk ID to start running Flow Design.


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Step 2: Get access to Flow Design

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Free Autodesk software and/or cloud-based services are subject to acceptance of and compliance with the terms of use or other applicable terms that accompany such software or cloud-based services. Software and cloud-based services subject to an Educational license may be used solely for Educational Purposes and shall not be used for commercial, professional or any other for-profit purposes.

Students and educators are eligible for an individual educational license if they are enrolled or employed at a Qualified Educational Institution which has been accredited by an authorized governmental agency and has the primary purpose of teaching its enrolled students. Learn more.

Qualified Educational Institutions may access free educational licenses for the purposes of learning, teaching, training, research and development that are part of the instructional functions performed by the educational institution. Learn more.