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Old   December 31, 2010, 12:54
Question High Schemes implementation in a UDF
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Hello to all

i know that in Abaqus, for exemple, some research implement differen type of MEF elements.

I was wondering, if its possible to do the same at fluent, implementing high schemes for better accurancy?

if a positive answer, its too much difficult to do it?

There is anybody doing that?

Maybe there is more propper software to this purpose...i was thinking Openfoam...maybe...

Somebody can tell an opinion about it?

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