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Old   May 19, 2015, 04:41
Default Re: Is it possible to use Fluent's radiation models as a local heaiting source ?
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Dear All,

Is it possible to use Fluent's radiation models as a local heaiting source for melting of a plymeric material ? If you have any experience/suggestion on laser heating , could you please share your experience/suggestion. Thanks in advance !
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