|June 4, 2010, 14:22||
Checking the Fluent results
Acoidan Betancort Mondesdeoca
Join Date: Mar 2009
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I'm doing my final degree project about a rear wing of an automobile. In the report I want to show that the Fluent code is connected to the theoretical results.
In order to do that, I think about doing a simple 2D analysis of a known shape (eg. a semi-circle) or a NACA airfoil. Then I could check that the results I get on Fluent are similar to the theoretical ones.
What do you think about it? Where can I get the theoretical results of known shapes and NACA airfoils?
Thank you very much
Last edited by AcoidanBM; June 10, 2010 at 14:00.
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