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Old   November 4, 2011, 23:24
Default Is J. Blazek's 2d unstructed code capable of computing fluid mach > 10 ?
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All the validation examples given is subsonic or transonic. He uses Roe flux, and a limiter(I forget which types limiter). I tried the naca0012, it is normal when machinf=1, but when i set machinf=2, the program fails to run.
Is Roe flux competent for supersonic flow theoretically? Or I need to change some other conditions to make it work?
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