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Old   November 17, 2009, 15:41
Default Comparison betwen fluent 6 and 12
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I suggest the users of this forum to have a look at this thread:
3.5 years overtake by Ansys: Where are the enhancements in grid generation

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Old   November 17, 2009, 16:24
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Interesting discussion. I started using Fluent in the mid-1980s and am probably more dissatisfied with it now then at any other time. Much of this stems from Ansys' apparent philospy to sell a bunch of new products to a bunch of new users.
As for version 12, we have looked at it quite a bit but the 32-bit Windows version crashes several times a day on both of our systems so we don't use it. They say it will be fixed sometime later.
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Does anyone knows what happens with Fluent product FIDAP?
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Old   November 18, 2009, 04:06
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As far as i know FIDAP is still maintained and distributed by ANSYS but the current version will be the very last one --> no development any more

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As far as i know FIDAP is still maintained and distributed by ANSYS but the current version will be the very last one --> no development any more

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When exploring the website of ANSYS it is not possible to find FIDAP in any of the chapters defined - CFD or multiphisics....
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