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Old   November 11, 2013, 22:11
Default Hi, guys, which software should I choose? CFX
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Im a newbie on CFX or Fluent. But I have been using OpenFOAM one year. Now OpenFOAM cant deal with two-phase model on tet mesh. So I want to pick a commercial software to deal with my case. I wanna simulate gas hold-up on a mixing vessel. So which software can get the good result on this case?

I need your recommendation. thanks in advance.
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Old   April 16, 2014, 11:51
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I have an open channel flow and I fractionale the inlet surface to be able to to introduce the air and the water. I use the VOF model but in results, I have a problem in density! The Fluent make it all as water or air and not both! Can you hekp me please? Even with tutorials! Thanks a lot
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