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Old   March 23, 2021, 08:07
Question the momentum and energy equation
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The calculation results of our model are based on the momentum conservation equation and the energy conservation equation, but we are asked to provide "Ansys workbench has a bunch of codes in it. What authors need to specify is which code is used to simulate the momentum and energy equation. It must be Ansys Fluent."

As far as I know, Ansys is not open source.Experts want to know how we set up the solution in ANSYS Fluent, instead of knowing what specific procedures are used to solve the equation in ANSYS Fluent. Am I right?

If you can help us answer this question, we would be very grateful.

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It seems to me like you cited simply "Ansys workbench" which is too vague and the reviewers are asking you to be more specific. Ansys workbench does indeed contain a ton of different codes (Mechanical for example which has nothing to do with fluids).


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Ansys is not open source
Another example... Ansys is an entire brand. Are you talking about their stock prices, their mailing address, or....? Use words, be descriptive.
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