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Old   June 8, 2012, 15:52
Default Need Fluent Tutorial Inputs
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Hey Everyone,

I am new to this fourm and I'm currently a student. I was wondering if it was possible to get ahold of the file
"ANSYS_Fluid_Dynamics_Tutorial_Inputs.zip" needed for the tutorial for Fluent. I need to learn Fluent for this project I am trying to complete with my professor over the summer. If anyone can send the file to my email: xiaoenmo3@gmail.com I would really appreciate it. If no one has that file, hopefully someone has the "elbow-workbench.zip" So I can start working on the first tutorial? Any help would be appreciated.


Thanks in advance Everyone,

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hi xiao en mo,

If you have got the file can you please send me the link to my mail
mohan.k16.93@gmail.com

thanks in advance
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