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Old   February 5, 2012, 23:55
Default 3D Models in FLUENT
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Hey all,

I have been running a few 3D models in FLUENT however, the iterations are taking very long. Viewing the results by zooming in takes very long and slows down the computer tremendously. I am running this on parallel (2 cores and 4 GB of RAM). Anyone had similar problems? what should I do? Any help is appreciated.

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Old   February 6, 2012, 04:38
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Depends on model, number of cells, type of results view and visualization tool you use.
Give more information on that. In case it is not possible to change and simplify modes - you'll need money for the new hardware (this is the way it is... not good but....)
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