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Old   August 15, 2005, 19:41
Default Granular model in Fluent Vs CFX
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What is the comparison between Eulerian granular model in Fluent Vs the same in CFX? Is the implementation of kinetic theory the same in both? How about the drag models or other submodels? Your help is greatly apreciated. Thanks for you time. Regards -US
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