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Stephen Draehn
11/02/10 4:52pm

Hello,

I am a mechanical engineering student at University of Missouri-Columbia. In my heat transfer class we have been assigned a project where we design and test a heatsink. Well, my idea is to optimize a logarithmic fin profile in mathematica, model it as a fin array in either pro\e or solid works, and then test it in fluent. My issue is that I do not know how to take a mathematical function from mathematica and make a 3d model of it. Any help would be really appreciated!

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