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Old   February 16, 2012, 15:57
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Hi everyone,

I am new user of FLUENT so have a simple issue to solve.

How do i go about selecting a specific open domain and then mesh it?

I need to do this to then simulate a simple jet flow within the specific area.

Thanks for taking time to read this. I do hope you can help.

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