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Old   January 22, 2004, 05:51
Default BC for saiboat keel simulation
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alex
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Hi everybody; I have to model a sailboat keel (basically a 3d wing with a naca0010 airfoil section), and I created an HEX-structured grid of approx 400.000 cells using a cubic control volume; I used an inlet velocity BC at the inlet, an outflow BC at the outlet, and a wall BC at the top face but I can't figure how to set the BC for the other 3 faces (sides and bottom). Can anyone suggest me a good set of BC's? thanks
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Old   January 25, 2004, 13:52
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James Date
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Hi

It's probably best to use symmetry plane boundary conditions for the outer boundaries, so long as they are placed far enough away from the keel surfaces. You could possibly use a parallel inlet boundary condition instead i.e. set to the same velocity as the principle inlet boundary condition. The free surface should also be modelled as a symmetry plane.

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James

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