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Old   March 5, 2005, 11:42
Default Combustion models and code
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Bak_Flow
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Hi all,

I am curious as to what experience people have with the various commercial codes for combustion applications? It appears to me that Fluent and CFDRC are the codes of choice with a wide range of models but Star and CFX have capabilities as well.

I know that just about anybody can do single step eddy dissipation combustion. Probably even CFDesign, Flow3D, CFD++ by now? I am looking in much more detail than this.

What are people using and how good are the answers?

Thanks for your input.

Bak_Flow
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