August 14, 2017 at 4:55 pmsvecchiAnsys Employee
A developed, turbulent, steady flow enters through an inlet, passes over a backwards facing step and then reaches the ground. In this demonstration, an enclosure will need to be created around the step and air will be used as the flow material. This tutorial uses ANSYS AIM to plot the velocity vector and pressure contours. See the attached file for a tutorial on this problem.
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