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Old   April 4, 2011, 04:17
Default polyflow, fluent, cfx
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Hi Guys

What is the difference between POLYFLOW and fluent-cfx, is it only that polyflow is FEM and fluent&cfx are FVM, I have combination of viscous and viscoelastic fluid which seems could only be modeled through POLYFLOW (because i think only polyflow can capture viscoelastic fluid), my main question is if there is any drawback for polyflow comparing to fluent or cfx?
Your helps will improve my work
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