Thank you Syres
It was a visibility issue
Thank you thschrader
You wrote the sketch on xz-plane, [so] you must use z-direction for inlet 2.
I did not get to the point of entering velocity value for inlet2 last night, but I see now that setting it for Y instead of X would have had me running in circles. When I first read this, I though I was going to have to re-do my sketch. But then I woke up and figured out the easy way.
I went back over the tutorial, looking for where it specifies the plane, and could not find it ...
(If it is really obvious, just chuckle at me and I'll dig some more. I suppose it is implied by the velocity for inlet2, but I would hope for something explicit.)
When using gmsh, the solver converges, when using cfmesh (2D-option)
the solver does not converge
I thought I used gmsh, as the tutorial says. How do I go back to see what I did?
This also get me back to some of the 'fiddling' I have to do. Sometimes the display won't behave like the tutorial says it should.
For example, right now I can't get the cfd tool icons to work - most of them are grayed out. Only 'Create analysis' and 'Create a mesh' are available.
Also, the task tab in my combo view is empty for everything in the tree.
Never mind - I was 'fiddling' with the project tree and the task tab activated. I think I double-clicked on inlet1
But my cfd tool icons are still gray. In fact, now all of them are gray.