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Old   May 18, 2000, 05:27
Default Question about 2D solvor in Fluent
Ning Zhuang
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The traditional method for 2D question is vorticity-stream function method. What about the 2D solvor of Fluent? Thank you.
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Old   May 18, 2000, 09:54
Default Re: Question about 2D solvor in Fluent
Jonas Larsson
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The 2D solver in Fluent uses the same solution variables as the 3D solver, minus the 3rd dimension of course. In other words, it doesn't use any vorticity-stream function formulation.
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