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Old   October 25, 2021, 07:56
Default Tutorial for ROM (Reduced Order Model) in Fluent
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Dear all experts,

Please provide me the basic tutorial for using ROM in Fluent. I would like to simulate the external flow for various wind directions (0 degree to 360 degree with the interval of 30 degree). I used generally UDF for input velocity profile for each wind direction. Instead of simulating for all wind directions mentioned, I hope ROM may be helpful to reduce the number of simulations.
I will be grateful to all of you.

Thank you so much
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