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Old   October 8, 2012, 00:53
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For the case of inviscid and incompressible flow over a wing at Mach. No=0.1 and Reynold's No=2000 how far should be the flow boundaries? I know for viscous flow the upstream its at least 7 times body length, downstream its 15-20 times and 5-7 times in all other directions but I didn't model inviscid flow previously, so can anybody tell me what is the situation with inviscid case? Thanks
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