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Old   February 13, 2013, 14:44
Default Axisymmetric Model Requires Offset from Axis
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I'm modeling a slice of a droplet within a wind tunnel and I'm using the axisymmetric physics model to theoretically model a full drop. The program gives me an error and won't run unless I move the solution domain off of the x-axis. Why do I have to move my solution domain off of the axis?

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