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Old   October 12, 2009, 17:31
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I want to model a shock tube in Ansys 12, using the workbench (Design Modeller and Meshing). I am making a geometry - a cylinder with r=10cm and length=60cm as a Thin/Surface with 1cm walls. How can I make a separation of two domains? (I mean low-pressure and high-pressure volumes) and where can I do it? (I mean while drawing geometry or while making mesh? or in Fluent directly?)
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If somebody has file of shock wave project that would be also fantastic if you could send it to me.
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