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Old   November 22, 2003, 19:42
Default Better for Simulation of Dense Solid-Lquid Flow ?
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Hi, I would like to simulate dense solid-liquid flow (upto 70% solid weight concentration). AEAT advertized that CFX 4.4 was the market-leading CFD package to do dense multiphase flow simulation. It also said that CFX-TACSFlow3D is very powerful to simulate the multiphase flow. Of course, CFX 5.6 is the laterst CFX product. Then if I want to simulate dense solid-liquid flow, which one is best in terms of convergence and reality of the results? In my mind, CFX-TACSFlow3D is the update product of CFX 4.4, am I right?

Anyone can give me some suggestion?


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