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Old   March 6, 2013, 15:43
Question Which model to be used in which case?
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i am new to use fluent software
can anyone pls tell me,
in fluent we have different models like spalarat-almaras, laminar, inviscid, k-e, and k-w etc........ which model to be used in which case. and also pls suggest me any website or book to know all those details.
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Fluent Theory Guide is your best start. It usually comes with your Fluent installation.
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