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Old   February 10, 2009, 20:04
Default I'm trying to use g3dFoam for
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Jia Ming Kok
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I'm trying to use g3dFoam for mach 4 flows and above, but the report only suggested that it be used for mach 1 to 1.5 . It doesn't seem to work very well with mach 4 flows, is there a particular reason for this? How do the g3d Coefficients come into play here?

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Old   February 24, 2009, 12:06
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I am facing a problem in compilation of g3dFoam itself the error i am getting is as below.

Can anyone please help me in resolving this issue.

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