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Old   September 11, 2015, 03:52
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Hi everyone! I'm new in CFD and therefore in this forum. I'm student of Petroleum Engineering in Colombia. I'd like to make my undergraduate final project in modeling gas hydrates in oil production and drilling pipelines in Fluent. My question is that possible in Fluent make a temperature and pressure gradient outside the pipe? and how?. Thanks
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