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Old   May 17, 2003, 23:15
Default GAMBIT-Wall with slip
Richard Toma
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I am trying to model a pool with a free surface. The surface vertical motion will probably be negligible, so I need a wall with slip boundary. Any ideas which boundary in gambit gives this condition. I'm thinking symmetry, but Im not sure. Thanks so much
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Old   May 19, 2003, 21:38
Default Re: GAMBIT-Wall with slip
Shiping Liu
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Gambit can not directly set slip wall or moving wall. You just set this wall as a wall (better is give it a name),and then use fluent to set this moving wall.
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