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Old   August 8, 2004, 07:46
Default help on radiation model for a moving laser beam
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Hi all , I am modelling the melt pool shape (molten zone) du to a moving laser beam using VOF model -can somebody help me on simulating laser radiation using a radition model

(I have tried to use DO model but in this model the beam has a fixed direction and I don't know how to move the beam )... should I use a moving wall ??

any help is very appreciate

thanks
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Old   April 20, 2009, 10:34
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Hello Nazeem, u posted this thread couple of years ago and i was wondering if you ever found a solution to this problem? did u finish the modelling of laser beam and the molten zone?
i'm working on the same problem so if u can give me anything to help, i'll appreciate it!
Thank you.

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