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Old   May 30, 2016, 03:52
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Hey Guys,
I am a new fluent user and I have started learning fluent with the help of youtube tutorials from yesterday. I have to do a simulation where surface ablation is involved.
A 3D object is coated with 95% pure chromium of few micrometer thickness. During re-entry of hypersonic vehicle, this chromium gets ablated in the presence of oxygen at high temperature and produces heat which pushes the shock wave further ahead.

So can someone explain briefly the procedure and what are the conditions that needs to be given.

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