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Old   July 15, 2006, 11:04
Default CFD of flapping wings
Yogesh babbar
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hi there. I am a researcher interested in carring out CFD calculations for flapping wings in 2D as well a in 3D. I want to use Fluent since I cannot code the whole NS solver for this unsteady problem. I am not familiar to Fluent but have a pretty good idea of CFD philosophy. Can u describe the possible process for doing it. I have Fluent 6.0. I shall be thankful for any suggestion.

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