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Old   January 28, 2013, 20:53
Default Urgent,Shock tube simulation
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Hello,
I want to simulate a shock tube problem in CFX, which the domain is initially divided into tow sub domain and each domain has two different gases with different states of pressure and temperature . At time t=0 , the diaphragm is removed and gases starts to interact. I have a problem in initialization of these two different domains. I would be appreciated if someone help me?

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Old   January 29, 2013, 17:06
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Can you post an image of the geometry? Is it a simple pipe with closed ends, or does it have some other detail.

This does not sound like a multi domain problem to me. Should be able to do it with a single domain with careful specification of initial conditions.
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