|March 21, 2005, 09:42||
Re: Symmetry BC
If you define 2 symmetry planes, the line where they meet is automaticly a symmetry line.
In a symmetry plane, the velocity and gradients vectors normal to the plane are zero. So, at the line where 2 symmetry planes meet, the velocity and gradients vectors are zero in any direction normal to that line, which makes it a symmetry line, and you donīt need to define it as so.
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