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Old   November 19, 2012, 10:53
Default FLUENT 6.3: how to model natural convection in square cavity partially heated
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Dear all , hello
could you help me please : how to model natural convection in square cavity partiallly heated by the left wall , could u tell how to create the grid and post-prossesing on fluent 6.3 please
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