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Old   January 21, 2015, 14:54
Default How to calculate particle size at outlet of a 3D nozzle model in fluent?
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I am using fluent to calculate flow rate, outlet velocity, and particle size at the outlet of a complex nozzle. But I am unable to do so. Please help if you can. I am ready to share my design files.
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