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Old   December 21, 2000, 04:45
Default cooling fluid in drilling
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alice
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Merry Christmas all CFD users!

We are here starting a new subject of CFD. Does anyone of you already used Fluent(5) to model the flow of a cooling fluid in drilling processes? Well, I've already made a first rough model of it. Actually it's not that hard but I wondered what model is the best for that. I used the RSM but it's higly time and resources consuming for such a simple steady state model!

Thanks for giving any suggestion that come up to you!

/alice boussagol
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