Manuel Pacherres


Hi Robar, thank you very much for your time.
- My figure is simply two concentric tubes as you can see in Image 1.
- What do you mean by taking a look at t=0, how can I realize that?
- I tried to perform the problem with a hybrid initialization and my solution converged at iteration number 46, but I get a note in the console with a message saying “Reverse flow” (Image 2), but I don’t know what that message is due to.
- And I wanted to ask another question: when I go to perform the “Configuration” of my figure, I get my figure vertically as seen in Image 3, but I want to work it horizontally as in Figure 4, because once I finish with this problem, I would like to apply it to another geometry, but I wanted to know then seeing the X, Y and Z axes, according to images 3 and 4, in which axis should I place the gravity? for example is it correct to place the gravity in the “Y” axis when my figure is in the position of Image 5?

Image 1


Image 2

Image 3

Image 4

Image 5