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Old   September 19, 2001, 03:00
Default CFD with ANSYS
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Hi all, Can someone tell me if we can simulate with ansys55 fluid dynamics? My project will be an axial pump, so I will need to rotate the solid. I know that Tascflow would be good but I wonder if I can use ansys to have the same results. Thanks for your answer nick
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Old   September 19, 2001, 05:17
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alok chaube
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hellow sir, I have just started research work in the field of CFD. Tell me what pre-requisite knowledge is required to initiate in this field alok
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Old   September 19, 2001, 08:01
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There is an additional module for ANSYS available called FLOTRAN. This of course also increases costs. About FLOTRANS capabilities I have no idea.

But in general: If you do not depend on ANSYS I would recommend other tools like TascFlow or STAR-CD
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