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Old   December 19, 2018, 00:15
Question Discrete Ordinates (DO) Radition model for UV Light
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I am working on a CFD of UV light radiation(by UV-LED) on fluid. I am facing difficulties while developing a model. Would you please share any reference specific to UV LED/Lamp radiation model? or Anyone would like to guide me regarding the same.
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