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Old   September 14, 2010, 22:20
Question TDMA for fluid flow
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hi all...

i hv run cases about fluid flow around cylindrical structure with FLUENT... but i need the TDMA of this problem. the goverging equation is "Reynolds Average Navier Stoke" 2 D for inviscous fluid. I hv try but i cant solve it...
plis help me...
or there is a book or paper can help me....?

thx all

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