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Old   October 31, 2007, 11:41
Default simulation of defogging in a car
srikara mahishi
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I am new to the field of fluent...and i am trying to simulate a defog mechanism in an automobile as part of my masters' would be really great if someone could provide me with any information regarding how to proceed with such models

thank you in advance, srikara
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Old   October 31, 2007, 18:05
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red lemon
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use the defogging module (DFM) in fluent. needs training and is at cost but you can get educational discount
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Old   November 4, 2007, 12:46
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Thank you for the reply. But I have been asked to try and simulate the model without the DFM model. I have just been trying with VOF and the mixture models. But they dont seem to be giving reasonable results.

Are there any other alternatives to this problem? Do I have to write a program to simulte the evaporation of the liquid from the windshield?

Thank you, Srikara

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