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Old   May 17, 2012, 01:46
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can I couple the cfx solver with Fluent solver to solve fluid flow problem?.
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why to couple both solvers ? Extra power
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I expect you to answer nor ask me an question!!!does it illegal?
so if there is way to do that I want to learn it.
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I do the legal things illegally, not the illegal things legally.

In my point of view, you can change some settings in Fluent or CFX, but cannot couple them. Like you are solving continuiy in Fleunt and momentum in CFX this is impossible.
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You might be able to couple them together with MPCCI. Look it up in google.

But why? Coupling adds an extra layer of complexity and another thing to converge. Do the entire simulation in one solver.
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