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Old   November 20, 2007, 18:03
Default Modelling transonic 2D flow over supercritical air
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Hi All!

I am a newbie on Fluent. I am trying to investigate on a supercritical airfoil at transonic speeds and compare with the experimental data. In the experimental document which specified the value of Reynolds Number & Total Pressue.

However, I am not quite sure how to setup those things on Fluent. Would anyone help me on this? Or any suggestion on how I can obtain those imformations from any places?

Many Thanks~ Teddy
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