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Old   October 4, 2019, 02:04
Default Supersonic Flow Over Flat Plate using Ansys-Fluent
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Hello, has anyone successfully simulated Anderson Ch.10 test case of Supersonic flow over flat plate, using Ansys-Fluent? If so, please let me know what to take for:

1) The plate geometry/dimensions and the mesh dimensions
2) Boundary conditions
3) Flow solver (convective flux, etc)
4) Time step
5) Any other important info related to the Fluent simulation

Please confirm if the results of surface pressure distribution as a function of distance from the leading edge obtained using Ansys-Fluent, match those given in Anderson book.
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