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Old   January 26, 2008, 20:00
Default Shared License Fluent/CFX
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Harry
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How can we use the same license for CFX and Fluent?

Some simulations I would like to use fluent, some others I need CFX for some physics.

When is ANSYS going to be capable of this?

Cheers,

H.
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