# CFX vs. Fluent

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 May 4, 2005, 10:26 Re: CFX vs. Fluent #41 zxaar Guest   Posts: n/a Sponsored Links actually i asked that because in my code i use cell centered approach, and i was wondering if vertex based implimentation is something that i am missing and if there is something useful i might consider using it in my code, i guess on highly skewed meshes to keep solution stable i can use node based smoothing of variables (that is based on nodes i can average value of variable at cell center and there is one value of variable which is calculated by solving linear system, so i can introduce some error function to improve the solution).
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 July 6, 2009, 09:44 #42 New Member   Volker Pawlik Join Date: Mar 2009 Location: Germany Posts: 20 Rep Power: 10 I think just the opposit eis right.

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 Originally Posted by Guy ;120364 There is still quite a difference in hex meshes, since in a vertex scheme, integration points are located on each sub-face (the faces of each element sector around a node), whereas a cell-centered method only has integration points at the cell faces. For a hex mesh, this means CFX has 24 integration points per control volume, as opposed to 6 integration points with Fluent. -Guy
Is this true, Can any explain to me how?

 May 15, 2012, 23:42 #44 New Member   Sonam Join Date: Apr 2012 Posts: 10 Rep Power: 7 Hello, I am relatively new to this ANSYS Fluent or ANSYS CFX. Since, I am doing my thesis on Windstorm damage Assessment on Traditional Roof ( i.e maximum 3 storeyed) with Corrugated Galvanized Iron(CGI) sheet) over the timber rafters. I want to do numerical simulation for Gable and Hip roof using ANSYS software. Please suggest me, ANSYS Fluent or ANSYS CFX will be good for my problem. Thanks!

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