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Old   March 27, 2007, 08:01
Default A good start
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Ernesto
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Hello I would like to start looking into CFD. I haven't taken any course but I am pretty confident on my transport phenomena courses and numerical analysis ones. Where can I find solved models in CFD using Fluent besides the basic model that appears on it manual. Thanks I know it is a long way to go but I am willing to start the journey now. Regards Ernesto
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Old   March 29, 2007, 23:13
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Natalie
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Hello Ernesto, There are some further tutorials available as part of a university course....

http://www.mne.psu.edu/cimbala/Learn...of_modules.htm

But if you have something in mind that you would like to validate, do a journal search and include "Fluent" in the search. There are lots of journals which have used Fluent, you may have to fill in some gaps with setting up the model, but you will find out what works and doesn't...

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