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Old   September 8, 2010, 01:57
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Good Day,
sir/madam ,
from next month onwards i am going to be handling a project on numerical study of v2-f turbulence model for impingement of air flow over a flat plate, but i don't know which FLUENT version is suitable for me even i dont have more knowledge about FLUENT bcoz i m a M.tech student, and also ple let me know which meshing s/w is suitable for this project, which simulation techniques is helpfull for me.
ple reply as soon as possible
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