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Old   June 8, 2009, 11:25
Default Spray Modeling in Fluent
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I am looking to model a simple spray that will cool a hot surface using FLUENT. I have tried all the tutuorials related to what I would like to achieve but I have been unable to succesfulling achieve the solution I want. Does anyone have any simple steps for modeling a spray that cools a hot surface?

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