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Old   October 25, 1999, 15:13
Default Flow past a cylinder
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I am now using PHOENICS to solve for the pressure and velocity of an ideal flow past a cylinder. I tried to use body-fitted coordinate system but the result coming out is completely out. In the Cartesian coordinate system, I manage to solve it. I am novice in BFC and PHOENICS, I need some advice from you all. Thanks
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Old   October 27, 1999, 06:25
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N. Wei
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Is the flow inviscid and two-dimensional ? If this is true, I can give you a small program which can deal with this problem.
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Old   October 27, 1999, 13:36
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clifford bradford
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to get specific advice on using Phoenics it is probably better to ask colleagues/coworkers who use it or to use your customer service (if you have that available to you)
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