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Old   February 17, 2013, 03:07
Default How to Modelling Cooling Tower using Porous Media
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Hi everybody, I'm the last semester student of Mechanical Engineering Department. Now, I'm trying to modelling cooling tower using porous media.
The problem is I don;t know how to create mesh in gambit to generate the model before I run it by fluent.
For the information, I was modelling my cooling tower without packing, so it just only two contact fluids, saturated water and air.

Anybody can help my problem?

Thank you so much
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