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=== Does Phoenics have built-in turnkey models for complex flow/stress applications? ===
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Phoenics has a wide range of available models, expressed in industry standard units (such as ISO7730).  These include architectural airflows and design, safety, fire spread, environmental pollutant dispersal, industrial furnaces and equipment, electronic enclosure design, simultaneous stress/flow analysis, combustion, etc.  
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In addition to standard CFD capability, Phoenics has a range of special applications models which can be rapidly implemented, and with results expressed in industry standard units (such as ISO7730).  These include architectural airflows and design, safety, fire spread, environmental pollutant dispersal, industrial furnaces and equipment, electronic enclosure design, simultaneous stress/flow analysis, combustion, etc.
=== Question 3 ===
=== Question 3 ===

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What combustion models does Phoenics support?

Phoenics supports several combustion models, including simple and extended reaction systems (governed by Arrhenius, finite, or turbulent mixing models) as well as the CHEMKIN-II code with it's fully implicit solver, species thermodynamics from NASA polynomials, species diffusion, Soret diffusion, and arbitrary chemistry models.

Does Phoenics have built-in turnkey models for complex flow/stress applications?

In addition to standard CFD capability, Phoenics has a range of special applications models which can be rapidly implemented, and with results expressed in industry standard units (such as ISO7730). These include architectural airflows and design, safety, fire spread, environmental pollutant dispersal, industrial furnaces and equipment, electronic enclosure design, simultaneous stress/flow analysis, combustion, etc.

Question 3

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