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Old   September 26, 2006, 11:59
Default flotran vs ace (CFD)
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Hey all, Simple question here. I am hoping to use CFD to model my project. The college currently has ACE and ANSYS FLOTRAN. The project involves analysing to moulds coming together. The moulds are making a hemispherical shape. The lower mould holds the material being cast. Which of the above programs is most useful for analysing casting speeds and material flow? Also which is most user fiendly? For whichever program could you fill me in on useful books as I am a complete beginner to this stuff. Many Thanks, Bill
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