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Old   April 6, 2004, 22:15
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ida
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i want to know the different between FLUENT version 4.56 and version 5.15.

i'm using FLUENT version 4.56 actually, to study the eulerian granular multiphase.
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Old   April 7, 2004, 00:08
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Hi,

FLUENT5.15 does not have Euler-Euler type multiphase models and it only has the mixture model(ASM).

FLUENT4.56 has Euler-Euler type multiphase models even Euler-Granular model and it does not have the mixture model(ASM). But FLUENT4.56 is for structured mesh only, as you know. So sometimes to making mesh will be tough stuff.

Now version FLUENT6.1 has all multiphase models similar with FLUENT4.56 and it has the mixture model.

Thank you

FJ
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