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Jiyeon December 26, 2007 07:20

about VOF. Fluent or CFD ACE?
 
hello all i have a question about VOF model. i'm trying to slove some VOF problem. but it is quite hard then my co-worker wants to solve this using CFD-ACE (we are using FLUENT right now) he said CFD-ACE is better for solving VOF model. but i can not sure about that. i can't find any good reason for that. if any of you know about this, please help me!


k.baker December 27, 2007 05:32

Re: about VOF. Fluent or CFD ACE?
 
what type of problem you need to solve with VOF?


Jiyeon December 27, 2007 05:51

Re: about VOF. Fluent or CFD ACE?
 
ah,, some kind of siphon for washing machine.

k.baker December 28, 2007 03:09

Re: about VOF. Fluent or CFD ACE?
 
sorry i have no experience with this subject hope you find somebody else from cfd-online help you with it.


KW January 2, 2008 16:34

Re: about VOF. Fluent or CFD ACE?
 
If you have Fluent and are already familiar with it, I don't see why you wouldn't use it. I use Fluent for a free surface swirling/mixing application using VOF and it does a great job--the NITA solver is especially helpful as it can give you a significant speed increase. That said, I am not familiar with CFD-ACE but from the description on their site it appears that it does not have as many options for VOF flow. Hope this is helpful. -KW

majid_esi January 17, 2012 05:37

hi,

(VOF) module in ACE+ enables the simulation of a mixture of two immiscible fluids, including the effects of surface tension.
and it is very well compatible with Heat Transfer, Stress, Deformation, Magnetic, and Chemistry/Biochemistry modules.


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