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Old   December 28, 2013, 15:21
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May I ask how to model flow as Laplace flow in Fluent?
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May I ask how to model flow as Laplace flow in Fluent?
Could anyone answer this question?
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Could anyone answer this question?
You can easily define Laplacian equation in Fluent using user defined scalar (UDS) equation by solving only the diffusion part, i.e. ignore the convection and unsteady parts of the equation. Here, you only would need to set an appropriate diffusivity for you equation. That's all.
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