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Old   December 7, 2012, 13:06
Default Issues across a shock wave for a 2-d angled wall
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So i have been seeing results which show a mach number above 1 behind an oblique shock in my fully converged results in fluent, and i was wondering if anyone had seen this before, or whether they had and knew what it was caused by.
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