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B February 5, 2009 13:21

How to specify the axis in 2D axis-symmetric case?
 
How to specify the 2D axis-symmetric case? If the axis is out of domain (to be modeled).

Please let me know.

Thanks


sa February 5, 2009 14:18

Re: How to specify the axis in 2D axis-symmetric c
 
then specify the x-axis as axis

B February 5, 2009 14:34

Re: How to specify the axis in 2D axis-symmetric c
 
Could you please let me know the command to do in Fluent.


B February 6, 2009 05:30

Re: How to specify the axis in 2D axis-symmetric c
 
No one knows how to specify axis. when your axis is out of domain to modeled.


sa February 9, 2009 10:09

Re: How to specify the axis in 2D axis-symmetric c
 
there is basically no need to specify the axis if model have no axes at all. you just need to make the model in gambit in such a way so that the flow is in the direction of x-axis (+ve must be as i guess), moreover other axis should be y axis.

then you just read mesh in fluent and choose the axisymetric model, and then just normaly defien boundary conditions for walls, inlet, outlet (as necessary).

then just run your simulation , that is just simple


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