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Old   December 21, 1999, 05:08
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Gabriel
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Hi, I'm a student working on his engineering thesis. Is there anyone who can help me expecially in two or three things concerning the CFD code "PHOENICS" ? Thank you in advance.
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Old   December 26, 1999, 08:35
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what kind of help do you want? I had my thesis in 3-d flow over a surface mountainted building and I used phoenics
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Old   January 6, 2000, 05:50
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I'm working on my thesis about fires in road tunnels and I would like to know: 1) How do you "model" a body-force working on a fluid. 2) How do you read, in the result file, the nett sources of momentum 3) Do you know any particular rule, in PHOENICS, about the aspect ratio of the cells.

Thank you, and wish you a great year. Gabriel
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Old   January 25, 2000, 08:12
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as[ect ratio is not as important as rate of expasion of cell size. I've run models with cells that had spect ratios of 20, but there were not a lot of them.
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