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Old   September 28, 2004, 03:14
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hi everybody, iam working on a project involving scramjets and a hypersonic mach no of 7. The study is in 3-D. Somebody was telling me that fluent dosent give good results at hypersonic speeds. I would like know from someone who has used fluent for hypersonic flows whether the results are good or not. Thanking in anticipation mohd ali
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Old   October 13, 2004, 22:56
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Mach 7 £¨maybe it is too high for FLUENT. And,I want to know ,so high Mach,is N-S equation still useful? treat as the ideal gas or the real gas?
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