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Old   September 3, 2015, 07:47
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Hello every one,
I am modelling 2D flow through a nozzle by considering a axisymmetric mesh. My question is for axisymmetric model is it necessary to consider some elements in theta direction (ex. 3 degree section) or can we do it by considering only 2D mesh with axisymmetric boundary condition.

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It must be a 2D mesh.
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