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Old   September 19, 2011, 05:51
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Hi all
I am modeling a 3d wing in Gambit and Fluent in Transonic regime.
I have a question about what B.C is more appropriate for front,back,top,bottom and sides of the computational domain?
And what turbulence model will predict the best values for Cd and Cl and shock- boundary layer interaction?

How much the boundaries of domain can be far from the domain?
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