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Harry May 5, 2007 02:07

fluent help
which is the best book for learning fluent..........for a starter

H.A.S May 5, 2007 02:32

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Fluent Documentation , u can get it from Fluent center if u have a license

Phil May 5, 2007 11:41

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Hey you hypocrite you just had a go at me for telling people the same thing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!

Phil May 5, 2007 11:42

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sorry I got you mixed up with Rajesh.


Rajesh May 7, 2007 01:01

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You have nightmares about me!!?
:) Rajesh

Rajesh May 7, 2007 01:09

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Just have a look at this site


Phil May 7, 2007 07:34

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very funny

Phil May 7, 2007 07:45

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I'll have a closer look but I think the reason I have a problem is that I have cross between a premixed and non-premixed system. I am essentially modeling different fuel injection systems as inlets to a combustor where the flame stabilizes in a dump expansion(like premixed). I think I'm slowly grasping it but I will take a look through the site and see if it helps.

ONE FINAL POINT: I only told the last guy to check the doc after telling him an answer, then he replied that he already knew that. It was simply a suggestion. I almost always give an answer when I respond to posts.

Rajesh May 7, 2007 19:51

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Phil May 8, 2007 10:32

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"I'll have a closer look but", why are you saying good to this message I posted? I go on to explain the reason for my problem and why your site won't help! You are so self glorifying, I was being polite - this is obvious.

Maybe you're the one who shouldn't post useless messages like this and "Barii can you solve the problem?".

Rajesh May 8, 2007 19:40

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No more arguements my friend!


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