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Old   September 27, 2001, 06:51
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I am interested in modeling the exhaust smoke comming out from the funnel of a ship using FLUENT. I was wanting to know if anybody has attempted this or a related problem.



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Old   September 27, 2001, 08:24
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The concept itself is very simple. It's only dispersion(convection and diffusion) of multiple species, which can be modeled by one representative gas. But you might have difficulty to consider various interaction between the ship and environment.

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