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Old   March 6, 2000, 01:28
Default over-tip lekage of turbune model in 3D
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hello...i am quite new with this things ang i am currently using anyone who can help or advise me to do this things?
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Old   March 10, 2000, 14:43
Default Re: over-tip lekage of turbune model in 3D
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CFDRC should be able to support you directly on this. Users under support contracts can contact for user support. We also hold monthly trainings. The last day of our training session is dedicated to working on your problem. The next scheduled training is March 21st. Again, look at our web page ( or contact for more information.

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