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Old   February 1, 2011, 14:18
Default Engine modelling using fluent - advice
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Hi I'm new to using FLUENT and i have 2 months to complete a project on analysing inhomogeneities in temperature in hcci engine

has anyone got any pointer or advice on fluent tutorials that will help in this topic anything important i should read

as i mentioned im new to fluent so im a tad unsure on where to start ....

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