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Old   February 10, 2005, 09:15
Default Modelling Plasma
Andrew Boulton
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I'm pretty new to Fluent and, to be honest, I'm finding it pretty difficult. I need to model a plasma on the surface of a metal using Fluent/Gambit and have no idea where to start. Are there any online tutorials that could show me how to get started or could anyone help me with this?

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Old   February 11, 2005, 18:09
Default Help Me!
Andrew Boulton
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All I'm asking for is some good books or links on the subject, even just about using Fluent.
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Old   February 14, 2005, 06:26
Default Re: Help Me!
Andrew Garrard
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I don't really know mucha about plasma modelling, but if you want general tuition on using fluent and gambit probably the best place to start is the tutorials supplied with the software.

The last time someone asked about plama modelling I gave them this link as I remember reading something about it a while ago.

They didn't seem to think it was very useful though.
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