January 26, 2021 at 8:16 ammollys26SubscribernI am using Ansysy Fluent to model heat and mass transfer in the exhaust gases extraction system of a metallurgical processing plant. I will also be using Ansysy fluent to model nano particles formation, coalescence, splitting, etc in exhaust gas extraction system of a metallurgical plant. I will be grateful if anyone can help me with with respect on how to go about running my simulation?.
January 26, 2021 at 10:09 amSystem_deleteSubscriberThis discussion was created from comments split from: Do I need to read case file and relauch FLUENT to make PBM work.
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