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Old   April 4, 2009, 19:34
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Hi everybody.
I have a problem. I need to analyse a blade with fluent software, but i donīt know how can I do it.
I made a blade in SolidWorks software and then i imported it to fluent but I donīt know how can i make a bladeīs control volumen in fluent.
If you have some information that might help me to solve this problem and you can send me it. I would be more than happy.
Thanks.

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Hi everybody.
I have a problem. I need to analyse a blade with fluent software, but i donīt know how can I do it.
I made a blade in SolidWorks software and then i imported it to fluent but I donīt know how can i make a bladeīs control volumen in fluent.
If you have some information that might help me to solve this problem and you can send me it. I would be more than happy.
Thanks.

setafire2000@hotmail.com
setafire2000@yahoo.com.mx
Please. I look forward to your reply as soon as possible.
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