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Subramani April 26, 2007 21:55

Hypersonic flow
 
Is it possible to use Fluent to solve Hypersonic flow problems?

gopal April 27, 2007 04:34

Re: Hypersonic flow
 
yes! of course! i have gone up to mach 5! but it needs lot of iterations and cpu effort.

Subramani April 28, 2007 07:22

Re: Hypersonic flow
 
Thanks. Any idea what is the maximum Mach number Fluent can take? I might go upto Mach 25.

gopal May 2, 2007 00:33

Re: Hypersonic flow
 
in fact, i havent tested for it, but 25 is possible as you said!

Subramani Sockalingam May 2, 2007 12:46

Re: Hypersonic flow
 
Thanks. Can Fluent handle Real gas model? Any idea?

gopal May 3, 2007 02:22

Re: Hypersonic flow
 
yes! define the real gas properties in the materials section with varyinf Cp,viscosity and other things. u can go for user defined profiles also.

Subramani Sockalingam May 3, 2007 06:38

Re: Hypersonic flow
 
Thanks a lot. Your words are really helpful.

Ash May 6, 2007 22:03

Hypersonic flow
 
Hi, im relatively new to modelling Hypersonic on FLUENT.I want to invetigate Mach 21.54. How do you do it?

Subramani May 7, 2007 20:02

Re: Hypersonic flow
 
Hi, I am very new to the hypersonic flow modeling. I am in the learning process.


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