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Old   May 28, 2015, 07:34
Default Supersonic real gas flows
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I am trying to use the real gas models for high pressure supersonic jet flows in Fluent (2D steady axisymmetric). I have calculated many iterations starting from ideal gas results, but the concentration fields do not change. The ideal gas calculations showed vortices moving downstream through the mixing layer outside the jet, but these vortices do not move with the real gas models. Co~0.4 as in the ideal gas case.
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Did you read my case?

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