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Old   June 27, 2006, 09:06
Default Fin modelling
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Pratik Mehta
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hi people , is there any way we could replace the physical fins and instead built a computational model in a way which could preserve the real effects of the rectangular fin and at the same time m it being geometrically simple for meshing. I need to include it in my model of transformer.

thanks for your response

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