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 November 5, 2011, 04:16 I have an Question with Axi-symmetric Analysis #1 Member   Chris, Kam Join Date: Nov 2010 Location: Busan, South Korea Posts: 42 Rep Power: 6 Hi ------------------------------------------------------------------- first of all, I wan'na apologize about my terrible english because my mother language is not a english ------------------------------------------------------------------- I'm try to analysis nozzle flow(converging-diverging ultrasonic nozzle) with 2D plane (axisymmetric) the questions is like this... "What does axis boundary conditions means?" absolutery, it means axis,, but what I wanna know is mathmatically.. is it kind of neumann condition? I guess, dΦ/dr = 0 (Φ=p,v,t,whatever), is it right? I tried to find it on 'fluent theory guide'... and I failed thank you for reading this, and I'm wating for your reply Cartman.

 November 6, 2011, 09:45 #2 Member   Chris, Kam Join Date: Nov 2010 Location: Busan, South Korea Posts: 42 Rep Power: 6 OMG User's Guide Says ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- To determine the appropriate physical value of a particular variable at a point on the axis, fluent uses the cell value in the adjacent cell -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

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