|March 14, 2014, 02:07||
Simulation of Taylor-couette flow, full one or just a part
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To simulate Taylor-couette flow, we often consider a full circle geometry. Why is that? can I just simulate a part of geometry, for instance, just 10 degree?
Thank you in advance!
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