|June 1, 2009, 13:30||
How to mention neuman boundary condition for velocity at the outlet or inlet??
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I am modeling 2d axi-symmetric laminar pipe flow with ferrohydrodymaic source terms.
Now,the problem is very simple.I want to specify du/dx=0 at the boundaries(inlet ,outlet where ever I want,if its a part of extremely long piping network the flow can be fully developed at both ends.) instead of specifying u=1 m/s ,0.2 mm/sec 3 m/sec.... blah,blah etc.
I know there are define_profile macros which can set velocity profile(nothings but sets the value of velocity at the boundary for non uniform radial variation)
But how can I set the velocity gradient =0 at the boundary(i.e the cell_face at the extreme ends)????
Any help is greatly appreciated.
|boundary condition, fully developed., gradient, neuman, udf|
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