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Old   March 24, 2005, 21:51
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Is there anyone doing some researching about integration of Aspen and Fluent by which we can obtain the influence of the data field, such as velocity, temperature, in a single component to the performance of the whole system. DOE of US has achieved significant results from their technical reports of Vision 21 plan. Aspen-Fluent Integration Toolkit which won the top 100 commercial products introduced in 2003 by R&D magazine is developed under this background. I have spent many times to find this literature: Software Integration Tool Kit for Advanced Process Simulation, UsersĄŻ Manual Version 1.0, Fluent Inc. (September 18, 2003). This literature is very important for integration. If anyone know where i can get it, please contact me or respond this message directly. Thank you!
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