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Old   February 7, 2012, 07:54
Default Coupling FLUENT with monodimensional codes
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Daniele
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Hi all,

i'm trying to coupling fluent code with other softwares e.g. monodimensional codes like System Thermal Hydraulics codes (relap, simmer or similar).
With CFD codes is impossible to simulate all the domain in complicated domain, so i would like to simulate most of the plant with monodimensional codes and a small part (to which I am interested ) of the plant with fluent code. Anyone have some experience about this? do some code for coupling already exists?
Tank u very much for all the helps

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Hello,

you can test the OpenPALM coupler
http://www.cerfacs.fr/globc/PALM_WEB/

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