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Old   September 28, 2018, 20:24
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Hi everyone,

I am new to CFD, and I do not know whether the CFD tools will be useful for my project or not. Actually, I want to model a porous media which is mobile and not solid, and there are water and gas in porous media, also I want to consider the dynamics behaviors and changes of components during the simulation. I want to know if CFD tools (e.g. Ansys or Comsol) could be useful or not. I would be appreciated if you could help me. Furthermore, I searched to find articles related to this modeling specification and Ansys and Comsol, but I could not find anything related.

If you need further information please let me know

Thank you very much,
Mohammad
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