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Old   May 10, 2013, 17:15
Default FLUENT or OpenFoam for Particle-surface intercation simulation?
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Hi guys,

I have a question need it to be solved soon. It would be appreciated if you can help me about the OpenFoam advantage over FLUENT in my project.

I am trying to simulate particle agglomeration in a liquid-solid system. I m wondering if FLUENT could consider particle insertion or agglomeration.

Do you know the capability of OpenFoam over FLUNET in dealing with partilce-surface interaction?

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