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Old   October 5, 2015, 15:37
Default shock waves on supercritical channel contraction
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Hi!, im trying to simulate oblique shock waves on a supercritical channel contraction but i didnt succeed. I was following the free surface tutorial and i think that maybe there is some extra modeling options that are not include on this. Does anyone has done before? or have suggestions about it.

The idea is to visualize waves on a isosurface of the free surface, for instance. Thanks!
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You should not need to do anything special to model this. You just need a accurate simulation with good mesh resolution.
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