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Old   February 11, 2010, 21:18
Default Help with Modelling Incompressible Air flow through a verticle funnel
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I'm trying to model air flow through a vertical diverging asymmetrical nozzle in Fluent 6 and am having the most difficulty trying to do so. For some reason when I rotate my model 90 degrees to make a horizontal diverging asymmetrical nozzle the solution converges but when the model is vertical I receive a floating point error. Can anyone help me to understand what the problem is?
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