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Old   March 14, 2016, 06:05
Default Erosion models within FLUENT
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Hello everyone,

I have tried playing around with UDF's to incorporate various erosion models into FLUENT but have had no luck. As my project is due in soon I have decided to stop messing around with UDF's and am now trying to use FLUENTs built-in erosion models.

I was just wondering if anyone could please tell me which erosion models can implemented straight away within FLUENT without the use of UDFs. Will greatly appreciate any reply.

The geometry is a 3D-elbow if that makes a difference.

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