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Old   November 27, 2018, 01:24
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hello all,
I am simulating a transverse jet in supersonic cross flow. I am giving mass flow inlet bc at the jet inlet. I am trying to achieve M=1 at jet exit and 1.5 at cross flow inlet. But after the simulation my jet M is going to 1.6. I cross checked the boundary condition after the simulation and everything seems good except the density at jet inlet. i dont understand what is the problem. I used blocking method for meshing.
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