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Old   September 29, 2011, 14:28
Default Aeroacoustic Problem (Modeling Flow-Induced Noise Problems Using FLUENT)
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Hi All,

Has any of you tried to follow the tutorial of an aeroacoustic problem that has a title of 'Modeling Flow-Induced Noise Problems Using FLUENT'? If so, did you creat the mesh yourself or download somewhere? I created the mesh of several different types, but they led to the divergence immediately after the calculation. So I found one from the website, however, the solution is different. If you happen to have an idea about what is going on, please let me know. Or if you have a mesh file that works perfectly, please send to me, I'll appreciate.

P.S. the mesh file mentioned in the tutorial is cylinder2d.msh

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