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Old   January 5, 2022, 04:50
Default Difference between OF fluent axisymmetric shocks!?
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Hello everybody
it is been some days I have a simulated an axisymmetric geometry with fluent and with open form as you can see in pictures below, the shock train is different with each other although everything settings is the same! can anyone tell me why is that? I have used the wedge boundary condition in open form
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