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Old   November 20, 2012, 14:15
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Hi Guys, firstly this is my first time using this forum so my apologies if this is the wrong section.

i am currently using ansys workbench 14 for some CFD, using fluent.

i am running simulations of coolant through radiator tubes, i have the tube modeled, meshed and managed got the results i was looking for for the single tube, my query is whether it is possible to tell ansys to run a simulation with say 30 of these tubes orientated as they would be in a radiator so each inlet inline with around 10mm gap in the z asix.

sorry if that is a bit confusing, i hope somebody can help,

thank you
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