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Old   February 3, 2007, 11:39
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Khan
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I have written 2d Code for navier stokes equations using Artificial compressibility method . I want to test and compare it with the exact soltion of palne couette poiseuille flow. what should be an approprate BC's for it inlet,outlet , lower upper (p,u ,v)?

Any help/suggestios will be highly appreciated, because i am just newbie and don't know much about computational complexities. I tested many possible cases but not getting satisfactory results. what should i need to due to reduce the possible errors in my code.

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