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Old   July 21, 2006, 07:17
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Hi CFD-specialists,

I read on this forum that Comsol is suitable for calculating simple problems, (laminar, 2D, etc.) For complexer problems it was suggested to use for example Fluent.

Wat is the accualy causing comsol not to be able to calculate complexer problems. For example the two dimensional Navier Stokes mode where vortices are developed by velocity difference?

Thanx in advance,

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