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Old   April 12, 2010, 08:29
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I am still crawling at beginning stage of phoenics and I am trying my best to learn it. Comparing other software manual and documentation, It seems to me that phoenics documentation are too hard to learn for a beginner. I have posted some problem and also ask all member to give me suggestion. But no one reply me....It's a forum, I think all should give response to all beginner otherwise how can we learn??? Please help from your experience.

Can anybody give me suggestion how can I proceed to analyze/simulate a flow induced by plasma actuation??? I use Astec-x to use Phoenics from my university server that's why I didn't use menu bar of phoenics but the manual of phoenics describe using menu bar system. Please give me some idea.

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Hello Mukut,

Sadly i canīt help you with simulate a flow induced by plasma actuation.
But maybe by setting up a problem only via q1 file (I think you mean the VR Viewer with menu bar?). For beginners itīs good to start with a simple case like a channel flow to understand the q1 file. Have you set up a case yet only with the q1 file ?

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Hello Mukut,

Sadly i canīt help you with simulate a flow induced by plasma actuation.
But maybe by setting up a problem only via q1 file (I think you mean the VR Viewer with menu bar?). For beginners itīs good to start with a simple case like a channel flow to understand the q1 file. Have you set up a case yet only with the q1 file ?

Linh
Dear Linh,

Thank you so much for reply my post. Ya, I have run some sample cases and same time I also run some sample q1 that is supplied in the directory of phoenics. I am now searching some cases/q1 file that handles some electrical properties as I have mentioned above. If I get such case/ q1 file, then I can try to implement with my works.

Thank you again.
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Hello Mukut,
sadly then I canīt help you. But I hope someone got a solution for you.
Maybe when you have a specific question itīs easier to help you.

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I am working with plasma actuator and need to simulate the flow with phoenics. Hence, I need to consider some electrical properties, but don't understand how to proceed because no sample q1 file is deal with electrical properties that I have found.
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