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Old   November 17, 2009, 05:42
Default Which solver is appropriate
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Hi everybody,

I searched in the forum but I did not get a satisfactory answer, so I start a new Thread, hopefully it was not completely discussed before.

I have a room with a source of temperature and smoke and I want to calculate the temperature and smoke distribution. It should be a transient, compressible (with reasonable results for invompressible flow) solver which takes turbulence into account.

Thank you for your help
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