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Old   March 23, 2000, 13:06
Default Orientation in wall-reflection terms applying...
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Fabio Kasper
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Hy everybody... I'm a brazilian chemical engineering student and we use CFX-4 for some single-phase simulations here in the university.

I have a simple question. Is there any alternative source or orientation of how can I easily apply the wall-reflection terms in the RSM besides the minimum orientation found in the extras directory of CFX-4 ?

I hope someone could give me a hint.

Best regards!
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