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Old   January 20, 2017, 02:37
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Hi everyone !

I am looking for some ANSYS Forté tutorials to educate myself about the software before using it for my project.

If someone had any basic tutorials of Forté I would be very thankful ( .
In particular, I'm looking for the "Spray Bomb Modeling" tutorial and the file related to it. It is the 3rd item mentioned in the list of the 5 ANSYS Forté tutorials, and I haven't been able to find it.
I'm also open to any advice about spray bomb modeling.

The goal of my project is to simulate a water injection in a constant volume vessel (CVV), and to compare the evaporation parameters for different injectors' geometries (the project is better explained in this post Injector geometry and mesh).

Thanks, and best regards!

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