|November 8, 2010, 08:29||
FLUENT capability - rotating flow simulation
Join Date: Oct 2010
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Been wondering how well and how much FLUENT simulates rotational flows with and without swirl.
My case is where the wall boundary has a very high rpm (few thousands) and experience tells me that, flow equations tend to unconverge beyond a value of rpm in this case.
Can anyone come up to comment whether my observation is true ?
and if it may be possible in some way to quantify the limiting rpm to convergence without actually running a simulation trail ?
Wiser species may kindly respond.
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