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Old   October 3, 2009, 06:20
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i actually wanted to study the flow of fluids across simple structures viz. a venturi meter.
so i heard that this can be done using the fluent software.
but i have even heard that to use this fluent software we need to intially model and mesh the part using gambit and then import it on to fluent.Is this right?
i know ansys 10 well enough.
i wanted to know whether i can directly model and mesh the parts using anysys 10 and import it into fluent or else will i have to model it only using gambit.

plz answer to this...it will be of a really great help to me.......
thanking you in advance.
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