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Old   July 9, 2005, 08:34
Default modelling supercavitating flow in Fluent
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Dear Friends, Can anyone helpme with modelling of supercavitating flows over a typical NACA section. Any references will be highly appreciated. Thanx
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Old   July 10, 2005, 11:26
Default Re: modelling supercavitating flow in Fluent
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Hi; You only can model natural supercavitation in fluent6.1, not ventilated supercavitation. You can find many papers written by Dr.Kunz about supercavitation from internet. Also you can download several papers about cavitation from cav2001 and cav2003 sites.
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