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Old   November 22, 1999, 13:51
Default The use of CFX4.3
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Hello I want to use CFX4.3 to model the flow of turbulent regime i.e. water. The geometry consists of a stirred tank reactor with single rushton turbine. Could people suggest me how to go about doing this. Nishant
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Old   April 11, 2001, 00:00
Default Re: The use of CFX4.3
La S. Hyuck
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you would refer to the solver and reference examples. there are similar examles. I suggest you the unmatched and sliding grids(given in 1.2.16 of solver manual). this is most useful when used together with transient gridding to give sliding interface between blocks.(reference example 35 : flow round a cylinder using sliding grids)
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