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Old   June 19, 2003, 13:54
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i'm using fluent 6.0. Could someone tell me whether the solver works in polar of cartesian coords? if so, can it be specified?

i can't seem to find anything in the manual that helps. except maybe for the velocity formulation box on the solver panel. my interpretation is the that this is only useful depending on whether moving ref frames or sliding meshes are used. i was told that the velocity formulation to solve in polar or cartesian coordinates was available in fluent 4.0.

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