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Old   March 13, 2004, 09:46
Default Macroscopic Particle Model(MPM)
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Karthick
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Hello sir

If anybody knows about Macroscopic Particle model(MPM) model in Fluent 6.1, pls help me. My problem is much detailing with MPM model only. The answer is very much urgent for my project progress.

Also what is the consulting charges in Fluent India? Is it hourly basis or depends upon problem.

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