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Old   July 4, 2002, 05:56
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Anybody would like to comment on CFDRC & CFD++ compared with the big three (Fluent, Star-CD & CFX) ?
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Old   July 4, 2002, 08:02
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Hi Add something about PHOENICS also. Rgds
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Old   July 5, 2002, 13:59
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CFD-ACE+ from CFDRC provides excellent capabilities for multi-physics simulation that the other packages do not contain. As such, CFD-ACE+ maximizes user efficiency for performing simulation that require coupled physics in order to get meaningful results. Some examples are: plasma reactor, fuel cell, lab-on-a-chip system simulations. These types of devices require simulation of not just flow and heat transfer, but electro-physics, ion transport, surface chemistry, bio-chemistry (and other) physics.

CFD-ACE+ has many physical models built-in so that extensive (and time consuming) wrtiting of user subroutines is not required.

Regards, Alton Reich Sr. Engineer - CFD Research Corp.
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Old   July 5, 2002, 18:04
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That's one side of the story... the flowsolver of CFX (that uses segeregated algorithm) is probably un-beatable. I have experimented with this. Each software has it's own weakness & strengths...u gotta choose depending on ur needs.

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