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Old   December 3, 2022, 18:09
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Hello,
I am conducting my first simulation on a multi element airfoil on Ansys Fluent, I would like to know if I am doing good or not, because I am unsure of my progress.

I also need to do this study for a specific Reynolds number, any help with that/
Thank you, any insight on this would be very helpful.
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Old   January 5, 2023, 07:31
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Does the simulation converges numerically? and if you have the experimental data, please do compare it. its the most foolproof way to validate the result.

Could you increase the number of contour, because in your picture the deviation is very large from one color to the next and could be wrongly interpreted.

Assuming the contour would not changed after increasing in contour number, I think there's a mistake when you set the inlet pressure. CMIIMW
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