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Old   August 15, 2018, 05:49
Question Different Results using CFX and Fluent
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Hello,

i have a problem with the result i am gaining out of the two solvers from CFX and Fluent.
At first i used CFX to simulate a simple thermal driven Ventilation through a window.
Now i have to use Fluent, because of a model i want to use.
So at the moment i try to simulate the same as in CFX, to validate this simulation and after that i add another model, but i get different results out of it. I tried so many things, like changing the turbulence models or using different Boundary conditions. But when i setup the Simulation with the exact parameters in Fluent, the magnitude of the value i observe is higher than in CFX.
Is there any hidden setting, that i did not already changed and obeserved?

Would be glad if someone could give me any advice.
Thanks
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