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Old   August 29, 2009, 07:36
Default Which software is better for channel flow with sedimentation effects. CFX or Fluent?
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Dear users of CFX, I have a very simple question and need answer with reasons. "Which software is better for 3D channel flow with sedimentation effects. CFX or Fluent?". Kindly do reply with reasons.

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I am pretty sure CFX does not have a sedimentation model and I don't think Fluent has one either - but you should check this. I know Flow3D has a sedimentation model. I have no idea how good it is.
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