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Old   January 23, 2006, 12:17
Default Implimenting Maxwell's Slip model in Fluent 3D
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Ravi Duggirala
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Hai i want to implement maxwell slip model into fluent (3D geometry). can any one guide me in writing UDF for the same also if any one has the UDF for slip models please give me a hand.

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