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fly June 20, 2006 03:00

2D model in CFX
 
Hi,how can i build a 2D model in CFX 5.6 on the x-y plane.I have tried,but stopped at the "3D domain" because it is 2D. Can i set only one element on the z direction and think it as a 2D model? Thank you!

Kramer June 20, 2006 04:41

Re: 2D model in CFX
 
Yes, you can do so. CFX uses a 3D-Solver, so placing one element in the z dircetion gives you a 2D-Situation. Use symetry boundary condition on the x-y-Planes.

Kramer

fly June 20, 2006 06:41

Re: 2D model in CFX
 
Thank you very very very very much!!!


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