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Old   December 8, 2001, 14:17
Default Viscoelasticity
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Hi everybody,

I'm a student, and for a project I'm trying to model some basic viscoelastic flow cases. We have a Fluent license, but we don't have Polyflow. Can I use Fluent only to do this?

Much Thanks, Edward
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Old   January 8, 2002, 12:21
Default Re: Viscoelasticity
Thierry Marchal
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Hello Ed,

You can use FLUENT to simulate some Generalized Newtonian models but there is no viscoelastic models available into FLUENT. If viscoelasticity is important to you, I strongly recommend you to further investigate into POLYFLOW.

Best regards,

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