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Old   March 3, 2007, 11:36
Default The Far-field Pressure Boundary & Low Mach Number
Saif-Deen Akanni
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Dear Users,

Does anyone have any expereince with using a spherical far-field pressure boundary and flow field Mach numbers between 0.08 up to 0.3 in Fluent V6.X.X

If so, please drop me a line about our experiences.

Is there some lower limit on the Mach number when using this boundary? What about the solvers and so on?

Kind Regards,

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Old   March 5, 2007, 05:05
Default Re: The Far-field Pressure Boundary & Low Mach Num
Dr. Flow Squad
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you have checked the tutorial 3 " Modeling External Compressible Flow" I presume?
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