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Old   October 13, 2006, 15:36
Default Should I change to CFX ?
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Raul
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Hello,

I have been advised to change to cfx for simulate pump and rotors. What do you think? Is fluent better?

Some people say fluent and cfx will share the same licensing keys. Is this correct?

Raul
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Old   October 15, 2006, 13:58
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M. Lemieux
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I doubt Fluent and CFX will share the same license keys for a long time, if ever.

Also, CFX is perceived as the leader when it comes to turbomachinery, however, I think with due care you can probably get a good result in either code.
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