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Old   March 3, 2004, 18:41
Default NRBC's (Non Reflecting Boundary Conditions)
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Vinayak Barve
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Can someone help me with applying NRBC's (Non Reflecting Boundary Conditions) to the Outlet boundary of my compuataional domain. The problem is a low Mach number, unsteady flow problem with non-uniform density. I am trying to use the method suggested my Jin and Braza (1993), J. Comp. Phy., v 107, p 239-253.

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Old   June 2, 2016, 09:42
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I was wondering if you've any direction to impose stable NRBC in CFX.
(problem is a trans-sonic centrifugal compressor)
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