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Old   February 13, 2001, 09:55
Default Code for porous media
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Hi y'all

I work on non-consolidated porous media. For a year we had been working with a comercial code for but we're not very satisfied.

I would like to ask you for some advice about codes, comercial or not that could help us in our research. We have used the euler-euler and euler-lagrangian models so far, but would like to explore boltzman lattice or other models that had been applied to porous media.

Thanks for any help

Arturo Ortiz
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Old   February 15, 2001, 14:26
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We are the developlers of the PORFLOW and ANSWER software pacakges. I am not sure what specifically are the problems you are facing (or faced) but i would like to talk to you more specifically to find out what is needed. Our codes provide options to both develop stand alone modules (without learning about our code!) and to do programming in natural language macros.

My phone number if 1-310-471-3023. The website is: www.acricfd.com

cheers aki
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