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Old   December 29, 2006, 04:29
Default BC for 2d channel flow
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I am writing fortran code for 2d channel flow using artificial compressibility method.

I am not sure what would the correct BC. Any one can help me

lower plate , u=0,v=0, dp/dn=0 upper plate, u=0.0,v=0, p? inflow u=u-extrpolated, v=0, p=? outflow u(imax)=u(imax-1), similair for v and p

am i right???

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Old   January 31, 2007, 23:26
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dear ,p i-e pressure will be fixed at outlet and free every where else ,how ever presure will be free on midside nodes
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