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Old   August 14, 2015, 14:54
Default axis symmetry for a cylinder is possible in cfx.
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i am doing cfd analyses of vitrification crucible that is cylindrical... is it possible to do cfx analyses using the axis symmetry so that i can work in 2D. if it is possible please tell how to apply axis symmetry as only simple symmetry option is given in boundary conditions.
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