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Old   July 21, 2014, 06:35
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hi all,

I want to find the carburizing case depth by using ANSYS. Does anyone know how to use any ANSYS program to find the case depth?

I know that acetylene carburizing of steel chemical reactions can be simulated by using ANSYS CFD but, I want to also simulate, show and calculate the case depth of carburizing in vacuum furnace.

Can any one give information about this? Thank you.


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