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Old   February 5, 2006, 05:58
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Noko
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Hi, I want to get started into CFD, with the intention of later modelling chemical reactions (in reactors) and perhaps aerodynamics(vehicles, etc). What is the best way to get started (self learning)? I know this will be a long process. I am familiar with transport theory but have no 'working' knowledge.

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