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Old   September 11, 2014, 11:31
Default Is Ansys CFX the right solver?
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I have cube of aluminium with inner gas pores. The gets gets a short heat impuls (flash) at one side. Now I want to simulate transient cooling behavior of this air-metal-composition.

Is Ansys CFX the right solver for this task?
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