What if I use F_U_G(f,t) to get the normal component of velocity on the wall?
Am I thinking in the right direction?
Re: Velocity gradient
F_U-G(f, t) returns the y-componet of the face u-velocity (gradient vector), so if the geometry is on zx plane then u r right.
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