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Old   October 14, 2013, 10:42
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I need to validate our Euler solver. I am getting result for 2D flows. At present I am trying to validate 3D airfoil (NACA0012). I am looking for some problem in 3D which is easy to mesh (Structured). The solver takes 3D mesh, thus 2D nature common problems (llike wedge, shocktube, circular bump) we have done.
Please if anyone can help.

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