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Old   December 2, 2002, 06:05
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David Harbage
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i'm in my final year at uni and i'm just starting a project researching the use of Fluent to analyse the flow around our SAE race car. Part of this research involves analysing the different models available within fluent and finding out the advantages, disadvantages and different applications of each, most importantly the Spalart-allmaras. Can anyone help me as i'm having difficulties finding information. any help would be greatly received



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Old   December 3, 2002, 01:01
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just have a look Fluent manual chapter 10, i have the file if u need I can send to you. Alamgir
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