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Old   July 23, 2004, 20:32
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JH
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I am a newer to start studying Fluent.

Please, help or give me a tip

My subject is about the 'spin coating'

There is a rotating round free surface. And the liquid is dropping over the surface.

I want to simulate the flow movement of liquid on the surface.

I would like to ask it is possible to handle with Fluent. ???

And if it is possible, could you give me a tip?

I have been trying to solve the problem, but i have not found the way...

please give me a hand !!

Thanks a lot for your attention.

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