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adambarfi May 11, 2012 14:46

axisymmetric
 
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hi everybody,

I have some barrier and I want to solve my problem axisymmetric.
I attach you my result but it's not true, I can't understand why the streamlines go up instead of going right!!!?!?!??

air enter from inlet and out side the barrier is atmosphere, actually air from indoor go to outdoor. and I rotate my model 90 degree to solve the problem axisymmetric.

what should I do to preventing the fluid going up??!?? if you rotate it -90 it should operate such as a stack.

adambarfi May 13, 2012 06:19

Is here anybody that can reply my questions????!?!?!?
please help me!!!!:(

mali28 May 13, 2012 07:22

The following post would be of help:

http://cape-forum.com/index.php/topic,1259.0.html

adambarfi May 14, 2012 01:55

thank you mali

but my problem was free convection and I had forgot setting my fluid an ideal gas.

cartman May 14, 2012 10:58

I think, you could extend calculation domain
 
my answer can be wrong... but

In my opinion, outflow condition(neumann boundary condition) doesn't likes

backflow, so, if you have enough computer resource, how about extend it's

length?


// my mother-language is not an English, please forgive my grammatical error



Cartman.

adambarfi May 15, 2012 05:38

Quote:

Originally Posted by cartman (Post 360986)
my answer can be wrong... but

In my opinion, outflow condition(neumann boundary condition) doesn't likes

backflow, so, if you have enough computer resource, how about extend it's

length?


// my mother-language is not an English, please forgive my grammatical error



Cartman.


thank you Cartman,

It's done, I select my density of material a Bussinique model and it give me well solutions.

bye.


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