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Old   May 21, 2013, 20:20
Default OPENFOAM vs CFX for particle agglomeration
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It would really be appreciated if you could help me about the project Iím working.

I am interested in modeling of particle agglomeration and build up on a rotating roll. I am familiar with Ansys Fluent but at this point I was suggested to switch to a software that considers the particle build-up in order to model the particle surface interaction and particle agglomeration.

Could you please help me what are the ability of CFX and OpenFoam in this regards? Which one is suggested?

Many thanks in advance,
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