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Old   August 30, 2020, 03:15
Default FLUENT MHD model for 3D axisymmetric problem
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Hey guys, I want to use Fluent to do 3D simulation for MHD problem. Now I have the 2D magnetic field information calculated by another software. I want to expand this data into 3D axisymetric geometry and import it to FLUENT MHD model.
However, according to FLUENT Manual, the external data file should be given as the format of Cartesian coordinate, and the data point should be evenly distributed along each direction, which is not possible for a cylindrical geometry.
Can somebody please give me a hint? Thank you very much.
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