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Old   October 25, 2002, 04:09
Default Polymers CFD
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Hello everyone.

I am starting to play CFD. And I would like to know if exist software to work with CFD applied to polymers, more specifically, to polyurethane's processes.

Thank you.

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Old   October 25, 2002, 10:38
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Anthony Wachs
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POLYFLOW is a (expensive !!) commercial package widely used in the polymer processing industry.

I didn't test it myself but I heard that it doesn't work too bad ...

Do you use viscoelastic rheological models to simulate your polyurethane behavior ?

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