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Old   October 29, 2005, 02:23
Default software new version CAVITATION model!
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Dear TascFlow2.12.2 users!

How is capibility of this software to model cavitation? I want to model a sheet cavitation with large cavity length. Fluent6.1 has a robust full cavitation model but very difficult to get a converged solution for steady calculation. How is the solution convergence when you work with cavitation model of TascFlow?

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Old   October 29, 2005, 12:32
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I couldn't say a code having a "robust" model if it's very difficult to get converged. A code working in other people's case does not always guarentee that it will work in your case. The best way to know it is running a model with both Fluent and CFX.
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