In the video we will:

- Set our solution method and choose options to assist in the convergence
- Create monitors
- Initialize the solution
- Check reference values
- Choose the quantities we want Fluent to export to CFD Post and solve

- Solution Methods → Coupled: Pseudo Transient & High Order Term Relaxation
- Monitors → Residuals: Absolute Convergence Criteria = 10
^{-3} - Monitors → Create → Drag
- Monitors → Create → Lift
- Solution Initialization
- Compute From → Inlet
- Reference Values
- Compute From → Inlet
- Reference Area = 1.076 ft
^{2} - Reference Length = 1 ft
- Data File Quantities: Pressure Coefficient & Mach Number

When selecting your reference values to be computed from a boundary, in this case, the inlet, Fluent does not compute the reference length or the reference area. This means that we need to set them ourselves for the problem.

Solving may take a long time, depending on your computer. To give you an idea of the time you can expect, times are listed below along with the computer specifications:

You should see the solution converge in about 172 iterations. Below a graph of the residuals is given.

Here, the residuals have fallen below 10^{-3} for the six variables.