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Old   November 24, 2004, 00:59
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hi everyone,

im a student currently working on the modelling of a melting process. i was told by my prof to use FLUENT to model the whole process. As i was totally new to this programme, i was hoping for someone who can give me a kind helping hand. What i need was actually very simple. i just need a model,say a block of any material, induce heat into it from one side and observe the melting phase changes as well as the temperature changes. So how can i actually get it started? I dont mind paying a small token of appreciation if this kind soul can help me with my problem. All i need is a simple model will do. My email add is any kind soul please reply me if you know how to model this thing. thanx alot!

bryan (a student in desperate need for help)
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