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Old   May 31, 2022, 04:29
Post How to model a shock tube in Ansys Fluent?
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Hi everyone, I have tried to model shock tube in Ansys fluent but I am not getting good results. The temperature and velocity behind the shock wave could not match the calculation results. And there is no supersonic flow in the tube. My model is as follows:
Solver: Density-Based
Model: Laminar
Driver Gas = Air(ideal-gas), 10atm, 293.15K
Driven Gas = Air(ideal-gas), 0.01atm, 293.15K
Boundary Conditions: no slip and adiabatic, The diaphragm was set to the interior boundary conditions.
Please Somebody help me...
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