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Old   June 8, 2007, 10:32
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Aimara
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Hi, I need some information not available in the version of Fluent I am using. That is an article which is referred to the erosion model that Fluent uses to do this calculation:

Article:

J. K. Edwards, B. S. McLaury, and S. A. Shirazi. Evaluation of Alternative Pipe Bend Fittings in Erosive Service. In Proceedings of ASME FEDSM'00: ASME 2000 Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Boston, June 2000.

I am not asking for the complete article (but wouldn't disgust me) but for the values of the functions used in this calculation for aluminium….

I have already written to the authors but no answer from them…. I would appreciate all help you can give me…

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