|May 10, 2012, 08:00||
Axisymetric problem, help me!!
I want model a stack with it's surroundings in Gambit and I want to use of axisymmetric boundary condition to decrease my calculation volume.
the boundary that is my axis is made of 3 line that have two different zones. when I run it in Fluent, it says that my model has a floating point!!!!!
what should I do?
|May 11, 2012, 01:18||
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axisymmetrie needs to be on x-axis
And domain also needs to be on positive-(xy) plane
While exporting your mesh don't forget to enable 2d option
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