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Old   November 18, 2010, 04:22
Default Spherical coordinates in Fluent
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I'm trying to set up a problem which involves a radially-expanding sphere.
Does Fluent enable spherical coordinate vectors, or do i have to use cartesian coordinates and translate the radial velocity to cartesian coordinates for every cell?
Thanks in advance to anyone who might help,
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