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Old   February 12, 2013, 23:44
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Is it possible to solve axisymmetric flows with SU2 in which there is also a swirl component of velocity ? So velocity has three components to be non-zero but there is no theta dependance of any of the variables.
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Is it possible to solve axisymmetric flows with SU2 in which there is also a swirl component of velocity ? So velocity has three components to be non-zero but there is no theta dependance of any of the variables.
The axisymmetric with the swirl component is not implemented, but you can always run a 3D case with periodic bc.

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So I would make a 3-d mesh like a wedge and apply periodic bc on the two angular faces. Is it enough have one layer of cells in the angular direction ?
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So I would make a 3-d mesh like a wedge and apply periodic bc on the two angular faces. Is it enough have one layer of cells in the angular direction ?
The current implementation 2.0.2 requires a hub, and at least 3 cells in the azimuthal direction.

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