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Old   July 11, 2017, 03:25
Default Ansys Fluent Generating Shock Wave
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This is for my bachelor's thesis. I have to simulate a section of a shock tube, in which there is a shock wave.
I have tried different models, in which there is a high-pressure region and a low-pressure region which generates a shock wave.

However, I would like to not use the above scenario as I just want to simulate the test section of the shock tube.

I had come up with an idea, to generate a shock wave from one of the boundaries of the figure.
Could someone explain about generating a shock wave from the boundary?

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