1. Conclusion
  2. Bibliography

To conclude, it can be said that CFX-TASCflow Post-Processing Mode is extremely user-friendly, since results are easy to visualize and animations are quick to obtain. However, generating a grid takes a substantial time and requires much attention from the user. We have tried to import several types of meshes (ICEM, GAMBIT), but we have not succeeded.

Generally speaking, the results that have been computed in the few studied examples are really satisfactory, and they are obviously in agreement with the expected theoretical features.

At last, the tested geometries were somewhat simple and the results are not surprising, but this study was just done in order to have a first contact with the CFX-TASCflow software. It would be relevant now to study much more complex geometries or flow types, including combustion models for instance, so as to evaluate the real performances of CFX-TASCflow.


The cases that have been studied in this manual all come from CFX-TASCflow On-Line Tutorials.

The CFX-TASCflow User's Manual, Theory and Primer have been consulted too.

AEAT-TECHNOLOGY official Website has helped in presenting the general capabilities of the software

http://www.software.aeat.com/

http://www.software.aeat.com/cfx/products/cfx-tascflow/


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