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Old   June 26, 2007, 07:29
Default CFD softwares
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i am going to modell and simulate a coal fired combustion chamber using one of the CFD software mainly Fluent. but i need to see other softwares and compared with Fluent so that i can pick one. so is there any one who can help me in providing information about the different CFD softwares available.
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Old   June 27, 2007, 10:04
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hi. star-cd can solve your problem. I saw many people who solve such problem like this. They never sayd so bad about star-cd. If it interesting, many of parametres can be coded on fortran and insert to this software. Unfortunately i'm never solve such problems.
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