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Default Supersonic Flow with two walls
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Good Afternoon

I'm trying to simulate a flow (M=2) in a duct. I'm trying to figure out what type of Boundary Condition should be used in this case.

I tried to use Pressure far field for both sides but the solution never converges.

Any suggestions ?

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