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Old   November 23, 2005, 00:27
Default NO FLOW FIELD
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manish mehta
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Dear Fluent Users,

I have a 3D model that is looking at a supersonic jet exiting from a nozzle onto a flat plate. I made two mesh column. The inner column and then an outer column which is the vacuum chanber. I have a pressure inlet, and a pressure outlet. The strange thing is that I do not have any flow where the jet should be. I looked at various cross sections, but I do not see any flow. It is Mach 1 at the throat area of the nozzle. I made the inner column faces as interior bc. do you have any ideas?

hope to hear from you soon. -Manish

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