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Old   February 6, 2006, 09:02
Default CFX vs Fluent for transient
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Is there a way to use second order upwind scheme for a transient LES model. I'm carrying out a comparison of previous work with Fluent and CFX, hence need to get as many variables the same as possible. I've carried out a model using central difference which gave lower values than for Fluent. I know that it is not possible to use first order upwind for this modelling.
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