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Old   April 18, 2005, 05:57
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michael
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hi friends, i am new user to fluent but very much curious about its use.i am doing modeling in porous coal environment with coupled mass and heat transfer equations.i do have my own model with differential equations.i wana to ask you can i put my model in fluent with my own boundary conditions so that i could get results for my model for concentation and temperature profiles. please help me out.
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Old   April 22, 2005, 18:12
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Dear Michael, FLUENT can only solve the equations which are built into it and not any arbitrary partial differential equation. However if you can shape your equations in the form of a convection-diffusion (like the NS equation) equation then I think FLUENT may be able to solve your equations.

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Saad
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