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Old   August 14, 2006, 16:37
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Robert Charles Ryan
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Hi, as a part of my thesis, im trying to link cfd and nuclear thermal hydraulic codes (1-d). I have sort of a plan, which is modelling a 3d vessel with fluent, which is the most critical stage and then the routine to merge codes (yes, maybe it will take weeks in a 32 proc. cluster!), just if anyone has some or any experience on modelling huge systems (i mean, i will try to model the wntire vessel, fuel, spacers, internals...), please, it would be much appreciated if you could share it with us. Kindest regards, Rusty.
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