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Old   August 9, 2013, 12:21
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Dear co-users, I need your suggestion regarding one matter. I can do elementary analysis both in ansys fluent & cfx. I can also write some coding in matlab & C as well. But the problem is that I can't decide on which path should I follow for my research activity in the field of CFD for heat transfer analysis. Though fluent & cfx are easy to use but the problem that I am facing in there, is that I can't customize them,whereas though the flexibility is there if I write my own code in matlab or C but then the discretization of the problem becomes a challenge. So I want your expert advice about which path should I follow. Should I continue with the ready made software (which are very difficult to customize) or should I write my own code.
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