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Old   October 14, 2015, 04:51
Default Low Mach Number approach
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I would like to make a UDF to implement Low Mach Number approach in Fluent. Maybe one of you have handled this problem before. Does anyone has a UDF for this purpose???

Thank you in advance!

Extra information: I am working with fire and ventilation. ISIS CFD code has the cited LMN and coupled very well the fire phenomena and the ventilation. However fluent is not able to model properly the exhaust system.
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