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I'm working with fluent, trying to performance an eulerian-eulerian method along with a turbulence K-e in a stirred tank. I'm interested in the air dispersion in water. My mesh is a medium one, with 474000 elements and 178000 nodes. The computing time is about 5 months for 4 sec of simulation, I'm using a computer dell precision T7600 with 16gb ram and 7 GhZ Intel Xeon processor.

I'm wondering if I can reduced the computational's time with a faster computer.... if the answer is affirmative, please, could you advise me about the minimum but required computer's characteristics like memory, processor and brand? I'm thinking in 1 or 2 months exaggerating.

very appreciated. thank you
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