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Old   May 18, 2004, 18:06
Default wide regime flows
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Hi,

Did anybody ever worked on wide regime flows, like low subsonic to hypersonic at Fluent. What are the capabilities of Fluent for solving eg 0.3 Ma to 4 Ma and capturing normal and oblique shocks, shock trains, reflections etc.. Your comments on convergence difficulties will be appreciated.

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