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Default Boundary condition for transonic flow over slender body
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I am trying to simulate a transonic flow (around Mach Number =0.7) , around slender body . Following are my references for boundary condition of inflow and outflow.

1. After referring fluent tutorial #3 in fluent documentation ( Modeling External Compressible Flow) , I tried with same boundary conditions as in fluent tutorial # 3 . I got a error of " Error: divergence detected in AMG solver: temperature Error Object: ()"

2. After referring transonic flow over airfoil , I got error " turbulent viscosity limited to 1e05 in ..cells " .

I will be thankful as you provide suggestion for my solution.

Thanks in advance.

Senthil Kumar

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Department of space Engineering and Rocketry,
Birla Institute of Technology,Mesra.
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