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Old   April 30, 2016, 11:57
Question mhdFoam: Significance!!
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Hello all,
I am new to magnetohydrodynamics and am currently doing research in effect of magnetohydrodynamics flow control in supersonic flow (compressible). I have compiled the solver too but on visualizing the result I am pretty confused on whats happening there. I have attached the the picture at B=2T for a compressible flow for: The code is a combination of my compressible solver combined with mhdFoam

rho =1.20493
pressure=101325 Pa
temp=293K
B=2T

Can anyone give me the actual phenomena happening here please..
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