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Old   December 6, 2007, 16:32
Default thickness of 2D simulations need for converge?
Tow dimensional modeling
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What the thickness or anlge of aperture that the 2D models needs for a good convergency and linearization in direction of parallel (or for cylindrical cases: anlge of aperture between the simerty planes) planes that are simetry?


For a profiles of the wings, papers show that 10% of rope of the wing is good thiknes.

Thanks for all!!!

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Old   December 6, 2007, 17:06
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Glenn Horrocks
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If you are asking how thick should the extrusion/rotation be in CFX for 2D simulations - this is discussed in the documentation. Look in the Modelling manual under Modeling 2D problems.

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