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Old   March 21, 2005, 06:44
Default Longitudinal Vortices in Natural Convection
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Serkan
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Hi Everybody;

I want to simulate longitudinal vortices over an inclined heated plate in natural convection.Is there anyone who can help me about simulation? Is it possible to make it in Fluent? must it be transient or in steady solution can vortices be catched?

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