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Old   July 17, 1999, 04:24
Default flow past a step ?
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thampy
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hi,

I'm trying to solve the 2D NS equations over a step as a part of my undergrad project.Could someone tell me if there is any problems as such in solving the problem numerically ? if yes how do I circumvent it ?

Thanking you Thampy
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Old   July 17, 1999, 15:54
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John C. Chien
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(1). Flow over a step ( normally a backward facing step ) is a standard test case for Navier-Stokes code. (2). If you perform the necessary journal search first, you should be able to find tons of information.
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