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Old   April 18, 2014, 16:28
Question brazing (welding) in fluent
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Ali Kiani
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Hi CFD friends, Iím quite new in fluent.
I am working on a CFD problem and I want to simulate brazing in Fluent.
2 parts and 1 filler should be brazed to each other by using a single shot LASER beam. (See the schematic figure for this procedure)
As I mentioned, I am an amateur fluent user and I need step by step advises about process of simulation, suitable simplification, etc.
I would give more detailed info, if needed.
There is a tight dead line for solving this problem.
I am looking forward to your reply.
By the way I tried vof coupled with solidification and melting but I donít know it is good for simulating this problem or not!
Thanks & regards.
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