|May 21, 2013, 19:03||
CFX or OPENFOAM?
Join Date: Sep 2012
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I have a question regarding solid particle accumulation/agglomeration on a surface in turbulent flow.
I am wondering if Ansys CFX can simulate the particle accumulation in a rotating cylinder in Turbulent flow?
Any one knows about OpenFoam advantages dealing partciles.
Any idea or comments you might have will be a great help,
|cfx, openfoam, particle agglomeration|
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