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Old   January 6, 2000, 00:40
Default Conversion of 2D solution to 3D
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I am a CFD user for two years. I am maily working in CFd validation work. We have limited computation resource. So I have decided to run a 2D axisymetric solution and convert them into 3D solution by a simple program. Then runnig the 3D solution at AOA=0 for few iterations. After convergence the AOA can be changed to any value. I will get the results after two weeks i.e around the end of January 2000. Those of you who want to suggest any thing or are interested in the results could contact.
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