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Old   November 21, 2000, 15:01
Default Fluent vs. CFX vs. Star CD
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Sam
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Does anyone have any opinions on which if these packages is better for the beginner user for modeling centrifugal turbomachinery?
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Old   November 22, 2000, 00:33
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John C. Chien
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(1). In response to your e-mail, even though I have given you the recommendation about the code which I think is more widely used in pumps and fans, it is still a good idea to visit each vendor's website to get more samples related to your applications. (2).Radial turbomachinery is highly 3-D, and the flow field always involves flow separation even under the design conditions. (3). It is also a good idea to read the ASME/ Journal of Turbomachinery. You should be able to find some published CFD papers related to the radial turbomachinery.(centrifugal pumps and fans)
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Old   November 22, 2000, 05:36
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Ahmed Hassaneen
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Sam, I think it is too hard to answer this type of question and I don't think that there is a reliable answer at all. To answer your question you should try to use these codes for solving the same problem and compare its outcome with experimental results.
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