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Kes May 28, 2008 23:44

Does anybody uses Fluentusers.com at all?
 
Like what my question asked, is there even anybody using the forums at Fluentusers.com at all? I went to visit that website recently and didn't see any forum entries at all.

kk May 29, 2008 02:26

Re: Does anybody uses Fluentusers.com at all?
 
To use this site you must get user name and password from your fluent agent and if your copy illegal or not have a license you cannot used it.

Kes May 29, 2008 03:01

Re: Does anybody uses Fluentusers.com at all?
 
Yeah i know but recently i went in with the user name and password from my school but there was nothing inside at all.

kk May 29, 2008 07:18

Re: Does anybody uses Fluentusers.com at all?
 
what you looking for? if you have username & password try to check ansys site it contain some tutorials may of interest for you.


Kes May 29, 2008 23:22

Re: Does anybody uses Fluentusers.com at all?
 
Haha yeah i passed my problem to them already. Mine was regarding some settings i chose in my simulation and i'm not too sure are they correct or not as they gave the results that i almost wanted except for some differences.

Basically i'm doing water in oil emulsion and when the water droplets are formed, they tend to be sticking onto the wall, which isn't what i expected as i thought they would be at the centre of the pipe. (The bubbles diameter are slightly smaller than that of the pipe.) So i'm not too sure whether it was some settings that i chose that caused this and i sent it to their technical support for help.


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