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beginner May 30, 2003 15:27

Free-slip boundary condition on 2D axisymmetric
 
Hi, Anyone can do me a favor to find the free-slip boundary condition equation for 2D axisymmetric model?

Thanks a lot.


zahid May 30, 2003 21:44

Re: Free-slip boundary condition on 2D axisymmetri
 
Hi beginner Symmetry boundary condition is actually a free slip wall boundary condition. Or you can use wall boundary condition and under the momentum tab use specified shear option and in shear stress box specify the components to be zero. It will simulate free slip wall boundary condition.


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