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Old   September 6, 2005, 03:50
Default Fluent FAQ - Editors Wanted
Jonas Larsson
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We've started work on creating a CFD Wiki here at CFD Online. One of the sections in the Wiki will be a Fluent FAQ filled with tips and tricks about CFX (FAQ=Frequently Asked Questions). Hopefully this can be a complement to this forum. It is up to all of us to fill the FAQ with content though. Without support from the users of this forum the FAQ will not be very usefull. So please consider adding some stuff to the FAQ. Everyone who knows Fluent can and are encouraged to contribute.

Right now the FAQ is empty and we are asking for help from volunteer editors to fill it with at least some basic content and structure before the Wiki is launched publicly. If you would like to help please drop me an email (

I hope that the Wiki can be a tool to store and arrange all the common questions and answers we see on this forum.

For more information on other things we hope to use the Wiki for please see
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