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Old   April 20, 2012, 19:22
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Hi I am a new user of FLUENT and i want to fully understand the mathematical calculations that go on in the FLUENT black box (as in you give some input and we get output from it ) . I really want to understand the basic of all of it and understand the core concepts involved in the whoel analysis .

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Hi I am a new user of FLUENT and i want to fully understand the mathematical calculations that go on in the FLUENT black box (as in you give some input and we get output from it ) . I really want to understand the basic of all of it and understand the core concepts involved in the whoel analysis .

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The Fluent User Manual / Help File is by itself far better than a textbook. I would start there and then pick up additional material as needed.

If you are really trying to understand the fluent box then this is the way to go. Most of the deeper mathematics can be found on simple wikipedia of CFD Online wiki, there really are no surprises. Fluent also contains references to academic papers where it uses/borrows methodology and schemes.
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