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Old   April 14, 2010, 00:32
Default flow over an airfoil 3d ( Geometry on icem cfd )
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i want to simulate the flow over an airfoil 3d, i got a problem, the airfoil its a naca 6215, is it posible to create the exact same geometry of this airfoil in icem cfd? im simulating this airfoil inside a wind tunnel but i cant figure out how to create the geometry ( of the airfoil) the exact same way as the naca 6215, if could just create the surface, thats all i need, from there on its just extrude the surface blablabla .

i cant find any tutorials on how to create an airfold on icem cfd using exact geometry as the real ones. plzz help

is thera any pre created geometry files on airfolmodels that i should know about ?

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