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Old   January 14, 2013, 09:37
Question A shock-capturing problem with Mach number increasement
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Hello friends,

I am working on a shock-capturing FVS scheme, everything is OK with Mach Number= 6, when I increase this to 16, the numerical solution seems to be abnormal , I attach the "converged" solution of Pressure Contour.

Can anybody give me some advice.Thanks a lot !!


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