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Old   January 16, 2007, 07:49
Default Fluent use
ben lazreg
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HI Everybody,

I'm student and I need help in the fluent use to simulate a bubble expansion in a viscos matrix.

I never use fluent nor other soft like it before. My question is : Can I use Fluent for this kind of problems (diphasic and transport interfaces).

Is there any basic tutorials to begin in fluent.

Thanks for help.

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Old   January 16, 2007, 13:18
Default Re: Fluent use
Ralf Schmidt
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for the basic totorials:

use the tutorials, that come with every copy of fluent! If you (because of some strange reason) can not access these, use the one at


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