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Old   October 23, 2020, 02:51
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Hi Everyone,
I would to start in my PhD simulation study. My prototype will consist of Benzene goes through a tube of (20cm sand + 10cm cement + 20 cm sand).
What meshing software is better?
Then, shall I use ANSYS Fluent to simulate?
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Almost any CFD package (Ansys Fluent, Ansys CFX, Star-CCM+, Flow-3D, OpenFoam and many others) can model porous media.
I recommend using a package you have experience with. Or code that is popular in your university so you may ask teachers/classmates for help/advice.
Same about meshing. Presented problem dont look like rocket science, any mesher will be good.
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