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ironman February 2, 2010 11:15

Start with FloWorks
 
Hello everyone!
I'm new user on this forum and probably new user of FloWorks software...
I have a few questions.
First, does FloWorks have possibility to computing axially-symmetric flows with defining computational domain symmetrically to axis?
(flow trough straight pipeline with orifice)
Is the solver ready to paralell computing?
And last one, is Flow Simulation which is included in Solidworks is the same as FloWorks or FloExpress only?

Thanks!

MuratSuer March 3, 2010 21:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by ironman (Post 244612)
Hello everyone!
I'm new user on this forum and probably new user of FloWorks software...
I have a few questions.
First, does FloWorks have possibility to computing axially-symmetric flows with defining computational domain symmetrically to axis?
(flow trough straight pipeline with orifice)
Is the solver ready to paralell computing?
And last one, is Flow Simulation which is included in Solidworks is the same as FloWorks or FloExpress only?

Thanks!

Please find the answers below
First, does FloWorks have possibility to computing axially-symmetric flows with defining computational domain symmetrically to axis?

- Yes of course

Is the solver ready to paralell computing?

- Yes of course, unlimited
And last one, is Flow Simulation which is included in Solidworks is the same as FloWorks or FloExpress only?

- Sure


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