How do you model an Inviscid (essentially potential flow) analysis using Simulation CFD?
The preferred method to solve for inviscid analyses is to enable the quick forced convection option located in physics tab of the Solve window. If you do not have any thermal boundary condition when you solve using this method, the heat transfer portion is not performed and only a potential flow simulation is performed which requires only 1 iteration to solve. When setting up these models you do not need to be shy about meshing since these models are very quick to solve.
The following image was from a inviscid analysis performed around a single airfoil.
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