|April 13, 2006, 00:12||
Velocity of 3.5 for oscillating airfoil - logical?
I am simulating flow past an oscillating airfoil. It is oscillating up/down with a sin function ie y=sin(t). vel y, v=cos(t), hence, max v=1. Inlet velocity is u=1.
However, near the front top end of the airfoil, where a vortex is formed, I have velocity vectors as large as 3.5.
Is this logical? Hope someone can give some advice.
Thank you very much
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