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sean March 20, 2001 12:02

How to define boundary conditions for the wall
 
Guys, I am facing a problem when define boundary conditions, where a fluid and a solid contact. Should I define boundary type as wall for both the two adjacent faces, one of the fluid and the other of the solid, in GAMBIT?

And, should I define boundary conditions for both those faces, in FLUENT?

help!

Kuochen Tsai March 20, 2001 16:31

Re: How to define boundary conditions for the wall
 
Only one face should be used as the contact boundary.

sean March 20, 2001 22:16

Re: How to define boundary conditions for the wall
 
thanks for your help. I still want to know which face should I use. Doesn't it matter? Hoping for your answer

Kuochen Tsai March 21, 2001 09:57

Re: How to define boundary conditions for the wall
 
No, it doen't matter. There is only one face.


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