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Issue of FvDOM radiation model in 2D axisymmetric case

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Old   January 29, 2021, 16:28
Default Issue of FvDOM radiation model in 2D axisymmetric case
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I am running a 2D axisymmetric case using wedge grid, there are two wedge boundaries and one axis boundary. I am using fvDOM radiation model to calculate the radaition heat loss from the high temperature gas.

I got a very very high value of I (radiation intensity) and G (incident radaiton) in Axis (see the attachment). My guess is that fvDOM had a problem when it encountered the boundary condition of Axis. The ray should have passed through Axis, but it did not.

Does anyone know how to solve this issue? I really appreciate.

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