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Old   September 27, 2009, 02:24
Default 2D Airfoil & Wing solving with Fluent
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I just need need some help here in a specific problem ...
I`m still new using Fluent and nowadays i will start learn how can i complete 2D Airfoil & Wing solving with Fluent and really searching about PDF or any web site give me all details for this issue
Exactly what i confused in :-

1- what is Initial Condition need to but it
2- how can but the boundary co.
3-what is the inlet data i need to input it in fluent
4-what is the result i need to take from fluent Cl Cd Cm.. just this ?

i will be wait ASAP for helping me about all of this

Thanks A lot

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Old   October 28, 2009, 09:49
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Dear Ahmed Shawky,
Please googling, "2d simulation airfoil" or "fluent simulation airfoil", you will see abundant of PDF which teaching on how to set up the Fluent for airfoil simulation.

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