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Old   May 10, 2014, 02:13
Default CFD commercial code for free surface flows
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Which commercial CFD code is best suitable for free surface flows especially for surface tension and wall adhesion dominant flows according to users experience?

Which CFD code handles VOF?

Shortcomings of VOF? Any other better model than VOF?
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Old   May 13, 2014, 03:22
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You can use CFX or Fluent
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Hi Anvesh,

I have some experience using ANSYS FLUENT and I guess that would do the job.
You can also have a look at FLOW-3D. Although I have not used it, but I have seen some work done using FLOW-3D.

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