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Old   April 25, 2017, 21:47
Default Solver settings - Melting problem
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I have simulated melting and solidification problems in fluent. But , the total time of melt or solidification is coming out to be large as compared to the cited literature data. I have tried many cases and all showing increased time for melting .Can anyone tell the ideal solver setting for a melting of wax. Am using PISO algorithms
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