|May 21, 2014, 13:31||
Low mach and reynolds number capability
Join Date: May 2014
Posts: 52Rep Power: 4
Can SU2 accurately solve 3d wing at low mach numbers ie less than 0.3 . If so do any group members know what the optimal settings in the .cfg file should be . I noticed in another post that on the naca 2d airfoil the roe solver did not converge but the roe turkel did.
Most of the 3d examples / tutorials are at mach .8 and greater . A tutorial setting out the entire toolchain would be useful. Ie 3d model -> mesh considerations and what effect they have -> solver setting for various use cases -> visualizing the output in para view or tecplot.
Last edited by hedley; May 21, 2014 at 13:33. Reason: Auto spell corrections
|June 5, 2014, 15:12||
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Long Beach, CA
Posts: 342Rep Power: 7
In principle, SU2 should work properly at Mach number of the order of 0.3, if you go below 0.01 my recommendation is to use the incompressible solver (REGIME_TYPE=INCOMPRESSIBLE).
Thanks for using SU2,
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