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Old   October 11, 2013, 16:17
Default 3D fluent analysis
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Hello friends!!
I am working on a 3D model and have to undergo fluent analysis of it.
For meshing, I have created a fluid domain around it which encloses a sufficient volume...
I also applied the boolean operation...although I donot know the concept behind I am new to this field.
then, the fluent analysis.....but still it shows reverse flow problem.
plz can anybody help me out...I am stuck here for many days..plz.

thanks in advance.
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Old   November 22, 2013, 22:16
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See at the model carefully. you may have created some undesired mesh inside the volume
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