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Hi,

I would like to use the "native fan model" in fluent to model the situation as shown in the attachment:
- hall with one open door
- wind from left boundary
- internal fan, which accelerates and heats the air

Because I cannot find a good tutorial for the native fan model in 2d I am wondering: How can I model this with a native fan model in fluent?

Thanks in advance,

Vcent
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