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Old   October 15, 2001, 04:19
Default CFX For two phrase flow
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Someone know about the two phrase flow capibilities in CFX? Comparing Fluent or CFX, which one suit to simulate the mixture and chemical reaction?

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Old   October 19, 2001, 16:17
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Man, I couldn't tell you what is the best. But I can say that it is possible to do in CFX. The problem is the coupling between the chemistry and multiphase. If you get the insight you get the right results.


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Old   October 22, 2001, 03:54
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CFX has been known for its strength in multiphase and chemistry for a while. There have been postings earlier abount CFX vs. other codes (Star-CD in particular). In CFX-4.4 moreover you have not only a large panel of models which are pre-available, but you can also code yourself quite a lot more. As Ribeiro said, what is often more importatnt is to get the set up (i.e. understand how to model the reaction) right. In CFX-5.5 a lot more model are being added and the sover is fully coupled which makes simulation even more robust.
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