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Old   January 17, 2014, 03:01
Default Regarding the solution of 360 degree geometry
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Hii Friends,
I am working on a project having aim to numerically predicting the entire flow field in 360 degree combustor of gas turbine engine using FLUENT
I have got a 20 degree sector geometry which I have meshed and have got a results so please tell me is there any option in fluent or ICEM-CFD by which I can able to rotate the mesh so there is no need to mesh entire geometry as meshing entire geometry is difficult.
Attaching the results also any suggestion on results is also helpful
Thanks in advance
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