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Old   June 20, 2012, 04:35
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Dear Friends,
I was trying model a convergent divergent supersonic nozzle. I made a 2d mesh of the geometry. But when I run it with axisymmetric solver some problem arises. The vector showing some fluid is moving perpendicular to the axis rather than moving horizontally. Some are also going out of the domain. But I run it as symmetry than there is no problem. So what's the problem with this axisymmetric solver. Is it about the mesh or something else. Please help me. New user of fluent here.
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