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Old   February 19, 2011, 17:02
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Hi,
does anyone have any experience in modeling of viscoelastic materials with FLUENT. I want to switch to OpenFOAM !
any idea is appreciated.
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You better use ANSYS , if your flow is not too complicated
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Hi Mehran,
thanks for your response. if you mean POLY FLOW software in ansys pack, I really hate that. moreover it has many restrictions like implementation of Dynamic mesh in viscoealstic models.
OpenFOAM is really great!! everything is under control.
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