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Old   June 3, 2013, 15:22
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Hey guys!

I'm a new FLUENT user and I'm trying to simulate in 2D and 3D the blades of one axial turbine and also the all geometry but I cannot find any tutorial. I only found one kind of tutorials where in all of them always imports the geometry or mesh, but I need to know how design it. Could any of you help me please? I've to use this software for my master thesis.
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