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Old   August 23, 2004, 05:53
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I have just started out on learning FLUENT.I wanted to know whether it is possible to incorporate co-relations (say gas hold up corelations),developed empirically or using machine learning tools)in fluent as user defined function or incorporate knowledge into it as to when you expect a certain flow regime change.I will be very grateful if someone who has tried something like this or is aware of this, posts a reply.Is it possible to incorporate a known knowledge into fluent? thank you regards, mandar
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