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Old   November 6, 2012, 06:03
Default Axisymmetric solver in Fluent
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I am using Fluent for a simulation.I need to define User defined Scalars such that the transport equation is in r-theta coordinates . My question is if I select Axisymmetric solver will I get scalar transport equation in r-theta co ordinates instead of the normal Cartesian co ordinates .
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