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Old   June 2, 2010, 09:32
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Your question states the answer - if you need RSM models then you need a solver which supports RSM models and that counts Flow3D out and leaves you with CFX.
what do you think of Fluent?
is it more powerful than CFX in Reynolds stress modeling?
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Sweeping generalisations like what you ask are pointless. Both CFX and Fluent are strong on RSM modelling and can both do it. Try them both and choose the one best for you.
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i meant that maybe you have some experiences like about Flow-3D and CFX.
thanks a lot any away.
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