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Old   May 2, 2012, 09:23
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good day all.i ve been giving a project title EROSION MODELLING OF PIPEWORK HEADERS USING CFD SOFTWARE.

PLS PEOPLE I DONT KNOW WERE TO START FROM.

I NEED URGENT ASSITANT AS I VE NOT USED FLUENT NOR CFX BEFORE.
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