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Old   April 16, 2014, 09:37
Question Corrosion Modeling with Fluent
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Hey everyone!

I have a question concerning the modelling capabilities of Fluent concerning corrosion. I have not found much for material concerning this area but it seems like a pretty important topic.

We are looking to see how a pipe/tube corrodes with different fluids (i.e. acids) at a variety of different temperatures. Does anyone have any experience with this? If Fluent cannot do this, are their any other CFD programs that have this capability?

I was thinking that these types of simulations require coupling with an FEA model but perhaps I am just over complicating matters.

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